Over the years, IRC's focus has evolved from supporting community management, to working on a 'whole system' approach to sector change. In this second blog in our series on a learning and adaptive sector we chart IRC's evolution and explore the central role of collective learning for delivering...
The capacity to continuously learn and adapt is critical for dealing with complex challenges and future uncertainties. In this first blog in a series about 'a learning and adaptive sector', we discuss why learning is central to achieving water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services for life.
This week, the 5th WASH Sustainability Forum will bring together representatives from civil society, government, universities and the private sector eager to share ideas on how to make our investments and efforts in water sanitation and hygiene have sustainable results.
What does it take - from governments and their partners in development - to create WASH sectors that work? Read the latest blog in the series of four and join the debate on services not gifts by leaving your comments on this page.