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A presentation around data collection mechanisms and their use and impacts on water supply service improvement in small towns in Ghana and Mali

TitleThe use of performance monitoring data for regulating and improving water services in small towns
Publication TypePresentation
Year of Publication2022
AuthorsBouteloup, P, Macina, B, Adokor, MI
Corporate AuthorsCommunity Water and Sanitation Agency, -Eau, P, AGED2AEP
Date Published10/2022
PublisherGovernment of Ghana, IRC, UNICEF
Place PublishedAccra
Publication LanguageEnglish

Presentation of mechanisms for monitoring water services in small towns by Boubacar Macina, from AGED2AEP (Agence Générale d’Expertises pour le Développement Assistance aux Adductions d’Eau Potable), Mali and  Mohammed Ibrahim Adokor, Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA), Ghana. 

Presentation shared at the All Systems Go Africa symposium 19-21 October 2022.

Under thematic area 3: improving evidence-informed decision making and accountability.


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