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TitleConcept Note National WASH Learning in Uganda
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsSmet, J

The Concept Note indicates that learning in the WASH sector is a fundamental pre-requisite of performance improvement. In a sector with shrinking investments, cost-efficiency and cost-effectiveness are vital strategies. Learning is about the good practices and to avoid making the same mistakes, to benefit from innovations and to make necessary adjustments to practical guidelines and policy to ensure good implementation. Learning needs to take place at all levels and should reflect both successes and failures in practice. National level learning is based on practical lessons from the decentralised levels, on action research and on best practices and also from abroad. Learning on WASH at national level needs to be adequately structured and grounded within good platforms to be effective.




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