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SIBS : rural water supply monitoring in Timor Leste

Presentation by Joseph Pearce on the Water and Sanitation Information System (SIBS) initiative in Timor Leste during the RWSN webinar 'Does the use of ICT-reporting improve rural water supply sustainability? on 27 October 2015. 

This initiative in Timor Leste was one of the eight initiatives around the world that are using ICTs to monitor and report on water supply services that were assessed in the "Lessons from ICT projects to improve rural water supplies" project (June 2014 - July 2015) carried out by WaterAid, ITAD and IRC as part of the Making All Voices Count initiative.

The links to the webinar and the full study report can be found below. 

TitleSIBS : rural water supply monitoring in Timor Leste
Publication TypePresentation
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsPearce, J.
Pagination15 slides
Date Published10/2015
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

Presentation by Joseph Pearce on the Water and Sanitation Information System (SIBS) initiative in Timor Leste during the RWSN webinar 'Does the use of ICT-reporting improve rural water supply sustainability? on 27 October 2015. 

This initiative in Timor Leste was one of the eight initiatives around the world that are using ICTs to monitor and report on water supply services that were assessed in the "Lessons from ICT projects to improve rural water supplies" project (June 2014 - July 2015) carried out by WaterAid, ITAD and IRC as part of the Making All Voices Count initiative.

The links to the webinar and the full study report can be found below. 

URLhttp://www.slideshare.net/ircuser/sibs-rural-water-supplly-monitoring-in-timor-leste

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