Key elements, success factors, partnership processes, conducive national contexts and types of global partnerships, which can support an effective cycle of mutual accountability between stakeholders.
|Title||Strengthening mutual accountability in partnerships for WASH. Pt 1: Literature review and learning from other sectors|
|Publication Type||Literature Review|
|Year of Publication||2021|
|Authors||Willetts, J., Winterford , C., Dickin, S., Soeters, S., Uytewaal, E., Butterworth, J.A., Rozenberg, E.|
|Corporate Authors||IRC, UTS Institute for Sustainable Futures, Stockholm Environment Institute|
|Pagination||46 p. : 1 box, 6 fig.|
|Publisher||Sanitation and Water for All (SWA)|
|Place Published||New York, NY, USA|
|Keywords||Mutual Accountability Mechanism, partnerships|
The Sanitation and Water for All (SWA) partnership commissioned a two-part research report to inform the evolution and refinement of its Mutual Accountability Mechanism (MAM), a tool for partners to hold each other accountable for progress in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This first part looks at the concept of mutual accountability, as well as a literature review, interviews and investigation of partnerships beyond the WASH sector, whereas the second part is an empirical study of multi-stakeholder collaboration, accountability, MAM implementation and COVID-impacts in WASH in six selected SWA partner countries
The desk research in part 1 highlights the key elements, success factors, partnership processes, conducive national contexts and types of global partnerships, which can support an effective cycle of mutual accountability between stakeholders.
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