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Guideline for WASH SDG project staff to support LGIs in rolling out the Pro-Poor Strategy for Water and Sanitation Sector 2020 in Bangladesh

This document is written as a guideline for the staff of the Bangladesh WAI sub-programme of the WASH SDG project. Its main objective is to assist Local Government Institutes (especially DPHE, Pourasavas and Union Parishads) in implementing the Pro-poor Strategy for the Water and Sanitation Sector of Bangladesh. Primarily, this guideline will help the WASH SDG WAI project partner staff to inform Local Government Institutes about the strategy and to adopt action plans for the implementation of the strategy. This guideline will need to be updated over time.

TitleGuideline for WASH SDG project staff to support LGIs in rolling out the Pro-Poor Strategy for Water and Sanitation Sector 2020 in Bangladesh
Publication TypeManual
Year of Publication2021
AuthorsDey, D., Walter, E.
Pagination24 p. : 2 fig. : 8 annexes
Date Published12/2021
PublisherIRC WASH and WASH SDG Programme
Place PublishedDhaka, Bangladesh
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

This document is written as a guideline for the staff of the Bangladesh WAI sub-programme of the WASH SDG project. Its main objective is to assist Local Government Institutes (especially DPHE, Pourasavas and Union Parishads) in implementing the Pro-poor Strategy for the Water and Sanitation Sector of Bangladesh. Primarily, this guideline will help the WASH SDG WAI project partner staff to inform Local Government Institutes about the strategy and to adopt action plans for the implementation of the strategy. This guideline will need to be updated over time.

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