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This webinar recording includes a presentation and discussion on the use of monitoring frameworks for the assessment of WASH systems. Following an introduction by IRC’s Lead US partnerships Elynn Walter, Harold Lockwood, the Director of Aguaconsult presents the findings from a recent landscape study of WASH monitoring frameworks.

As part of the monitoring group of Agenda For Change, Aguaconsult carried out a rapid landscaping of known frameworks that are being applied in different contexts and that include elements of assessing WASH systems. The landscaping identified 15 such tools or frameworks that include a range of dimensions and indicators to assess both change in systems and in WASH service delivery. The aim of the landscaping is to provide a summary for organisations that are interested in trying to assess WASH systems, and the changes (in strength) of such systems over time. The examples range from newly developed frameworks, to those that are quite well established and broadly applied; the landscaping also identified a number of common features and gaps. 

TitleMonitoring systems change : IRC Webinar, Thursday, 17 August 2017
Publication TypeWebinar
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsWalter, E., Lockwood, H.
Paginationvideo (1 hr : 25 min : 39 sec)
Date Published09/2017
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

This webinar recording includes a presentation and discussion on the use of monitoring frameworks for the assessment of WASH systems. Following an introduction by IRC’s Lead US partnerships Elynn Walter, Harold Lockwood, the Director of Aguaconsult presents the findings from a recent landscape study of WASH monitoring frameworks.

As part of the monitoring group of Agenda For Change, Aguaconsult carried out a rapid landscaping of known frameworks that are being applied in different contexts and that include elements of assessing WASH systems. The landscaping identified 15 such tools or frameworks that include a range of dimensions and indicators to assess both change in systems and in WASH service delivery. The aim of the landscaping is to provide a summary for organisations that are interested in trying to assess WASH systems, and the changes (in strength) of such systems over time. The examples range from newly developed frameworks, to those that are quite well established and broadly applied; the landscaping also identified a number of common features and gaps. 

URLhttps://youtu.be/wa_CHm8cj-o
Citation Key83528

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