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Decentralised public financing for WASH : current situation and needs during and beyond the pandemic : webinar report

Centre for Budget and Governance Accountability (CBGA), IRC, and WaterAid (WAI) India were jointly engaged in an initiative to track and analyse public spending for WASH at the local level. Under this initiative, they worked with civil society organisations (CSOs) for improving their technical capacities and enhancing their involvement in tracking decentralised budgets as well as improving their utilisation. The purpose of the Webinar was to share the experiences and learnings from this initiative. The webinar presented perspectives from the union, state and local government, and from CSOs, The main recommendations focused on the need for improved support to local government.

TitleDecentralised public financing for WASH : current situation and needs during and beyond the pandemic : webinar report
Publication TypeConference Report
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsCentre for Budget and Governance Accountability
Pagination5 p.
Date Published10/2020
PublisherCentre for Budget and Governance Accountability (CBGA), IRC and WaterAid India
Place PublishedNew Delhi, India
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

Centre for Budget and Governance Accountability (CBGA), IRC, and WaterAid (WAI) India were jointly engaged in an initiative to track and analyse public spending for WASH at the local level. Under this initiative, they worked with civil society organisations (CSOs) for improving their technical capacities and enhancing their involvement in tracking decentralised budgets as well as improving their utilisation. The purpose of the Webinar was to share the experiences and learnings from this initiative. The webinar presented perspectives from the union, state and local government, and from CSOs, The main recommendations focused on the need for improved support to local government.

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