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ONEWASH Plus in Urban Areas in Ethiopia – Results from the First Phase

The ONEWASH Plus Programme (first phase: 2013 to 2019) focused on WASH services in small towns, satellite villages and institutions (health facilities and schools). It aimed to introduce and test innovative approaches and concepts to deliver equitable, sustainable and resilient water, sanitation and hygiene services in towns and satellite villages working in four regions of the country. This synthesis report summarizes learning from the first phase of the ONEWASH Plus Programme. Some of the concepts and approaches introduced proved to be effective and are ready to be advocated as best practice to be scaled through the OWNP. Others were found to be promising but needing further refinement. Lastly, for some new concepts and approaches, there remains inadequate data to draw conclusions at this stage.

TitleONEWASH Plus in Urban Areas in Ethiopia – Results from the First Phase
Publication TypeResearch Report
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsOne WASH National Programme (OWNP), UNICEF Ethiopia, IRC WASH Ethiopia
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordsconcept proofing, ethiopia, health facilities and schools, institutions, integrated urban WASH delivery approach, monitoring approaches, resilient WASH, satellite villages, small towns, sustainability, WASH services
Abstract

The ONEWASH Plus Programme (first phase: 2013 to 2019) focused on WASH services in small towns, satellite villages and institutions (health facilities and schools). It aimed to introduce and test innovative approaches and concepts to deliver equitable, sustainable and resilient water, sanitation and hygiene services in towns and satellite villages working in four regions of the country. This synthesis report summarizes learning from the first phase of the ONEWASH Plus Programme. Some of the concepts and approaches introduced proved to be effective and are ready to be advocated as best practice to be scaled through the OWNP. Others were found to be promising but needing further refinement. Lastly, for some new concepts and approaches, there remains inadequate data to draw conclusions at this stage.

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