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Sector strengthening programme design toolkit

This document sets out a series of participatory exercises that can be used to design a 2-4 day programme focused on sector strengthening for sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services. Relevant institutions (local government, national government, local private sector, service providers, regulators, utilities, civil society groups etc) should participate in the programme design process. The ten exercises are:

  1. Willingness & ability of government to deliver and sustain services / behaviours
  2. Unpacking sustainability (using three ‘levels of why’)
  3. What does an ideal WASH sector look like?
  4. District situation analysis tool
  5. What are others doing in the district?
  6. Identification of what outcomes the programme wants to achieve
  7. Activity identification
  8. Activity prioritisation & feasibility
  9. Mapping resources & skills required for successful implementation
  10. Partnership mapping

 

TitleSector strengthening programme design toolkit
Publication TypeTool
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsCasey, V., Battle, C., Crichton-Smith, H.
Pagination11 p. : fig. photogr.
Date Published04/2018
PublisherWaterAid
Place PublishedLondon, UK
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

This document sets out a series of participatory exercises that can be used to design a 2-4 day programme focused on sector strengthening for sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services. Relevant institutions (local government, national government, local private sector, service providers, regulators, utilities, civil society groups etc) should participate in the programme design process. The ten exercises are:

  1. Willingness & ability of government to deliver and sustain services / behaviours
  2. Unpacking sustainability (using three ‘levels of why’)
  3. What does an ideal WASH sector look like?
  4. District situation analysis tool
  5. What are others doing in the district?
  6. Identification of what outcomes the programme wants to achieve
  7. Activity identification
  8. Activity prioritisation & feasibility
  9. Mapping resources & skills required for successful implementation
  10. Partnership mapping

 

URLhttps://washmatters.wateraid.org/publications/sector-strengthening-programme-design-toolkit
Citation Key84082

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