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Bugesera District WASH Full Life Cycle Investment Plan

The District investment plan is one of strategies to ensure universal access to basic water supply and sanitation services in the country including Bugesera district. In order to accelerate the Momentum of exceeding the current status of access to water supply and sanitation, the Government of Rwanda has adopted and embedded District Wide Approach as a systematic approach in the national water and sanitation policies with an ultimate goal of ensuring sustainability, affordability, improving WASH service performance and accountability countrywide. In this effect Donor agencies and other funders equally need to maximize the benefits of their support by harmonizing their programs and Aid modalities (eg through the use of Sector Wide Approach

TitleBugesera District WASH Full Life Cycle Investment Plan
Publication TypeUnpublished
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsGovernment of Rwanda, Bugesera District, Ministry of Infrastructure, Rwanda, WaterAid
Pagination69
Abstract

The District investment plan is one of strategies to ensure universal access to basic water supply and sanitation services in the country including Bugesera district. In order to accelerate the Momentum of exceeding the current status of access to water supply and sanitation, the Government of Rwanda has adopted and embedded District Wide Approach as a systematic approach in the national water and sanitation policies with an ultimate goal of ensuring sustainability, affordability, improving WASH service performance and accountability countrywide. In this effect Donor agencies and other funders equally need to maximize the benefits of their support by harmonizing their programs and Aid modalities (eg through the use of Sector Wide Approach

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