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Agenda for Change (A4C) is a global movement, through a collection of like-minded organisations, working to take a sustainable, systems building approach to achieving universal and sustained WASH access, through global advocacy, development of tools and demonstration of approaches to stimulate sector change.

This document describes how the principles and practice of A4C can be applied at district level, following a generic (e.g. non-country specific) roadmap. In that it:

  1. Elaborates on the principles of A4C, at different institutional levels: global, national and district;
  2. Provides an overview of the main steps of the roadmap at district level and its linkages with wider sector strengthening activities; and
  3. Provides links to associated tools and resources for each step
TitleAgenda for change : a roadmap for universal access to sustainable WASH services at district level
Publication TypeBriefing Note
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsTillet, W., Smits, S.
EditionDraft
Pagination28 p. : 7 fig.
Date Published11/2017
PublisherIRC, WaterAid, Water for People, Aguaconsult and Osprey Foundation
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

Agenda for Change (A4C) is a global movement, through a collection of like-minded organisations, working to take a sustainable, systems building approach to achieving universal and sustained WASH access, through global advocacy, development of tools and demonstration of approaches to stimulate sector change.

This document describes how the principles and practice of A4C can be applied at district level, following a generic (e.g. non-country specific) roadmap. In that it:

  1. Elaborates on the principles of A4C, at different institutional levels: global, national and district;
  2. Provides an overview of the main steps of the roadmap at district level and its linkages with wider sector strengthening activities; and
  3. Provides links to associated tools and resources for each step
URLhttps://www.washagendaforchange.net/sites/default/files/a4c_roadmap_for_universal_access_nov2017_draft.pdf
Citation Key83186

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