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TitleLearning Alliances for better practice and policy The Uganda experience
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsAchrio, B, da Silva, C, Mommen, B, Smet, J, Turyareeba, P
Date Published08/2008
Place PublishedDelft, The Netherlands

There was no learning mechanism on hygiene and sanitation at district level in Uganda and limited trickling down of knowledge from the international and national level towards communities. Co-ordination between sector players has also been weak. To address this situation, SNV, IRC and NETWAS Uganda have partnered to facilitate a "Learning Alliance" at district level, by which sector stakeholders share experiences and agree on actions to improve sector efficiency and performance. This paper focuses on the methodology, experiences and lessons learnt through establishing pilot learning platforms at district level in four districts.




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