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Physical works are progressing well in most small towns. Major challenges are water sources in Abomsa, and acquisition of land for sludge drying beds and landfills. A baseline study identified low levels of WASH services in targeted towns

TitleLooking back and looking forwards : summary of mid-term progress review workshop for ONE WASH Plus Programme
Publication TypeConference Report
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsButterworth, J, Potter, A
Pagination8 p.
Date Published10/2016
PublisherIRC Ethiopia and UNICEF
Place PublishedAddis Ababa, Ethiopia
Publication LanguageEnglish

Partners in the ONEWASH Plus Programme - all working to find new ways to deliver integrated WASH infrastructure and services in small towns - came together to share information on progress and learn lessons at a mid-term progress review workshop on 20 September 2016. This report provides a brief summary of the presentations and discussions.

Key messages

  • Construction: Physical works are progressing well in most towns, averaging 45% in water supply and 43% in sanitation. Major challenges are water sources in Abomsa, and acquisition of land for sludge drying beds and landfills. 
  • Independent monitoring: A baseline study has been published identifying low levels of WASH services in targeted towns. Data collection for a mid-line service is almost complete. 




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