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Sector strengthening for sustainable services at WaterAid : a thematic evaluation for WaterAid International

WaterAid commissioned this external evaluation to assess how their approach to Sector Strengthening for Sustainable Services is understood and put into practice by WaterAid's Country Programmes, and to identify the key enablers and barriers. It found that the organisation's "approach is relevant to addressing WASH sector issues at global, national and local levels and is an appropriate response to meet the goal of universal WASH access by 2030". A number of the Country Programmes are showing promising results by demonstrating effective service delivery models with government partners while strengthening key building blocks as a means for government authorities to manage existing and further expand service delivery through better policies and procedures. The report includes WaterAid's management response to the external consultants' recommendations.

TitleSector strengthening for sustainable services at WaterAid : a thematic evaluation for WaterAid International
Publication TypeResearch Report
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsMead, S, Boardley, S
Secondary TitleThematic reviews
Pagination95 p. : 6 fig., 6 tab.
Date Published06/2018
PublisherWaterAid
Place PublishedLondon, UK
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

WaterAid commissioned this external evaluation to assess how their approach to Sector Strengthening for Sustainable Services is understood and put into practice by WaterAid's Country Programmes, and to identify the key enablers and barriers. It found that the organisation's "approach is relevant to addressing WASH sector issues at global, national and local levels and is an appropriate response to meet the goal of universal WASH access by 2030". A number of the Country Programmes are showing promising results by demonstrating effective service delivery models with government partners while strengthening key building blocks as a means for government authorities to manage existing and further expand service delivery through better policies and procedures. The report includes WaterAid's management response to the external consultants' recommendations.

URLhttps://washmatters.wateraid.org/publications/thematic-reviews
Citation Key85070

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