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The WASH sustainability charter

Ensuring long-term water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) service provision is one of the most important challenges facing the international development community. Too often, key WASH stakeholders often have different views of what constitutes WASH sustainability, hindering efforts to improve long-term service provision. In response to this challenge, leaders in the WASH community have come together in the development of the WASH Sustainability Charter to align stakeholders around collaboratively developed sustainability principles, catalyze adoption of these principles worldwide, and provide a framework to facilitate ongoing learning. The Charter is the first step in the process toward improving WASH sustainability and was created to spur further collaboration toward improving sector effectiveness. [authors abstract]

TitleThe WASH sustainability charter
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
AuthorsWASHCharter
Pagination2 p.
Date Published2012-01-01 ?
PublisherWASHCharter
Place PublishedS.l.
Keywordsdevelopment, stakeholders, sustainability
Abstract

Ensuring long-term water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) service provision is one of the most important challenges facing the international development community. Too often, key WASH stakeholders often have different views of what constitutes WASH sustainability, hindering efforts to improve long-term service provision. In response to this challenge, leaders in the WASH community have come together in the development of the WASH Sustainability Charter to align stakeholders around collaboratively developed sustainability principles, catalyze adoption of these principles worldwide, and provide a framework to facilitate ongoing learning. The Charter is the first step in the process toward improving WASH sustainability and was created to spur further collaboration toward improving sector effectiveness. [authors abstract]

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