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Collective action in WASH : findings from SWS

This is a recording of the "Collective Action in WASH: Findings from SWS" webinar, hosted on 29 June 2021. It shares lessons learned after nearly four years of intensive research on the use of collective action in WASH by the USAID-sponsored Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership (SWS). The research is based on extensive data collection and synthesis of 11 case studies. Findings include recommendations related to: (1) the starting point for collaboration: does problem identification need to involve all stakeholders or can existing solutions be demonstrated or applied?; (2) the structure of the hub: when should government host versus a support organization? and (3) the role of local government: what worked and what didn't In terms of building and maintaining government support?

Following an introduction to SWS, there are presentations on collective action approaches within the programme and case studies from Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda.

 

TitleCollective action in WASH : findings from SWS
Publication TypeWebinar
Year of Publication2021
AuthorsMussa, M.E., Nyaga, C., Peabody, S., Pugel, K., Watsisi, M.
Corporate AuthorsIRC
PaginationVideo (1 hr 24 min 43 sec)
Date Published06/2021
PublisherUSAID Water
Place PublishedWashington, DC, USA
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordscollective action
Abstract

This is a recording of the "Collective Action in WASH: Findings from SWS" webinar, hosted on 29 June 2021. It shares lessons learned after nearly four years of intensive research on the use of collective action in WASH by the USAID-sponsored Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership (SWS). The research is based on extensive data collection and synthesis of 11 case studies. Findings include recommendations related to: (1) the starting point for collaboration: does problem identification need to involve all stakeholders or can existing solutions be demonstrated or applied?; (2) the structure of the hub: when should government host versus a support organization? and (3) the role of local government: what worked and what didn't In terms of building and maintaining government support?

Following an introduction to SWS, there are presentations on collective action approaches within the programme and case studies from Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda.

 

URLhttps://youtu.be/WQcjheQ6NDE
Citation Key87900

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