Collection of stories reflecting the experiences of individuals involved in Triple-S Initiative in Uganda, containing key achievements at personal and institutional level and proposals of how the achievements can be scaled up and sustained throughout the rural water sub sector.
|Title||Learning, adapting, embedding : experiences and lessons from the Triple-S Initiative in Uganda|
|Year of Publication||2014|
|Authors||Mirembe, L, J. Mulumba, N, Magara, P, Abisa, J, Watsisi, M, Otim, R, Musoke, W, Casella, D|
|Pagination||64 p. : photogr.|
This collection of stories reflects the experiences of some of the individuals who were involved in the inception and implementation of the Triple-S Initiative in Uganda. The stories give personal accounts of the understanding and appreciation of the Triple-S Initiative; key achievements at personal and institutional level; proposals of how the achievements can be scaled up and sustained throughout the rural water sub sector; and outstanding challenges in the rural water sub sector in Uganda. Collectively, the stories highlight the fact that learning was at the centre of the Triple-S Initiative. They reinforce the message that a learning and adaptive sector is one that engages in continuous learning and reflection and is thus able to adapt to changing circumstances and demands - which is vital for provision of water services that last.