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Mapping sustainability assessment tools to support sustainable water and sanitation service delivery

This report reviews five different sustainability assessment tools that are currently in use for programme monitoring of WASH- interventions. The selected tools all have a developed framework that has each been pilot tested and produces an objective and quantifiable output (e.g., final score or percentage) that can be used to trigger improvements to programme design or take remedial actions. The review team found a larger number of tools in circulation, but did not include those limited to one particular technology or to the organisational aspects of sustainability. [authors abstract]

TitleMapping sustainability assessment tools to support sustainable water and sanitation service delivery
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsBoulenouar, J, Schweitzer, R, Lockwood, H
Secondary TitleTriple-S – Working Paper
Volume6
Pagination26 p.; 3 tab.; 5 fig.
Date Published2013-10-01
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Keywordsmonitoring, sustainability, Triple-S (Sustainable Services at Scale), water, sanitation and hygiene [WASH]
Abstract

This report reviews five different sustainability assessment tools that are currently in use for programme monitoring of WASH- interventions. The selected tools all have a developed framework that has each been pilot tested and produces an objective and quantifiable output (e.g., final score or percentage) that can be used to trigger improvements to programme design or take remedial actions. The review team found a larger number of tools in circulation, but did not include those limited to one particular technology or to the organisational aspects of sustainability. [authors abstract]

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