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Improving WASH service delivery in small towns : systems approach implemented in Ethiopia

There are several initiatives involved in improving WASH service provision in small towns in Ethiopia, of which some have taken a systems approach. These include the ONEWASH Plus programme, applying an integrated climate-resilient WASH approach, the Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership, applying a Learning Alliance approach for improving small town sanitation, and UNICEF model of utility service provision to both refugees and host communities. Systems approaches are ongoing processes which take time and require multiple levels of action, both at local as well as at regional and national level.

TitleImproving WASH service delivery in small towns : systems approach implemented in Ethiopia
Publication TypeWorking Paper
Year of Publication2021
AuthorsAdank, M., Osterwalder, L., Verstraete, L., Gossa, T.
Secondary TitleUNICEF WASH learning series. WASH discussion paper
VolumeDP/08/2021
Pagination6 p. : 4 boxes, 2 fig.
Date Published05/2021
PublisherUNICEF and IRC
Place PublishedNew York, NY, USA
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

There are several initiatives involved in improving WASH service provision in small towns in Ethiopia, of which some have taken a systems approach. These include the ONEWASH Plus programme, applying an integrated climate-resilient WASH approach, the Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership, applying a Learning Alliance approach for improving small town sanitation, and UNICEF model of utility service provision to both refugees and host communities. Systems approaches are ongoing processes which take time and require multiple levels of action, both at local as well as at regional and national level.

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Citation Key87697

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