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Learning and reflection from the Negelle Arsi and Shashamane woreda WASH Sustainable Development Goal master planning process

This learning paper discusses previous planning in Ethiopia, the process of developing the Negelle Arsi and Shashamane woreda (district) WASH master plans, the tools used, and the learning and reflection from the process. Overall, despite the challenges, the planning process was a success. The woredas greatly improved their planning, collaborated across sectors to create comprehensive plans, and gained skills to continue the planning process in the future. Going forward it is recommended to work closely with leadership and other government bodies to gain buy-in and help increase understanding outside of the directly involved sectors and offices. Capacity building also needs to focus on broader capacity outside of the planning tools such as Excel skills and a deeper understanding of planning concepts. Finally, moving beyond planning to implementation, reporting and accountability will be essential to ensure that these plans are useful and further pursued.

TitleLearning and reflection from the Negelle Arsi and Shashamane woreda WASH Sustainable Development Goal master planning process
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication2021
AuthorsLemecha, G., McSpadden, B., Yeshiwas, T.
Paginationi, 12 p. : 3 fig.
Date Published06/2021
PublisherIRC WASH Ethiopia
Place PublishedAddis Ababa, Ethiopia
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

This learning paper discusses previous planning in Ethiopia, the process of developing the Negelle Arsi and Shashamane woreda (district) WASH master plans, the tools used, and the learning and reflection from the process. Overall, despite the challenges, the planning process was a success. The woredas greatly improved their planning, collaborated across sectors to create comprehensive plans, and gained skills to continue the planning process in the future. Going forward it is recommended to work closely with leadership and other government bodies to gain buy-in and help increase understanding outside of the directly involved sectors and offices. Capacity building also needs to focus on broader capacity outside of the planning tools such as Excel skills and a deeper understanding of planning concepts. Finally, moving beyond planning to implementation, reporting and accountability will be essential to ensure that these plans are useful and further pursued.

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