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Guidance for implementing the District-Wide Approach in Rwanda

The present document provides a step by step guide for the implementation of the District- Wide Approach (DWA) in Rwanda and builds on several years of experience. It seeks to provide clarity on the overarching steps of the DWA and examples of the more detailed approaches trialled. It is aimed at stakeholders supporting the DWA process and working towards fulfilling the GoR's vision in the twenty-five remaining districts of the country and is seen as an involving document which will be refined as experiences develop.


The first section provides an overview of the DWA and its key steps, the second section describes the activities required to develop a district WASH plan, a cornerstone of the DWA following the experience in the pilot districts. The third section provides an overview of progress to date in the five districts where the approach is being piloted. Annexe 1 contain an outline of a district WASH plan.

TitleGuidance for implementing the District-Wide Approach in Rwanda
Publication TypeManual
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsBoulenouar, J.
Pagination17
Keywordsdistrict-wide approach, districts, planning, rwanda
Abstract

The present document provides a step by step guide for the implementation of the District- Wide Approach (DWA) in Rwanda and builds on several years of experience. It seeks to provide clarity on the overarching steps of the DWA and examples of the more detailed approaches trialled. It is aimed at stakeholders supporting the DWA process and working towards fulfilling the GoR's vision in the twenty-five remaining districts of the country and is seen as an involving document which will be refined as experiences develop.


The first section provides an overview of the DWA and its key steps, the second section describes the activities required to develop a district WASH plan, a cornerstone of the DWA following the experience in the pilot districts. The third section provides an overview of progress to date in the five districts where the approach is being piloted. Annexe 1 contain an outline of a district WASH plan.

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