This summary presents preliminary findings from recent network research in Ghana. These are shared to engage a broader community in current research, and should not be taken as firm conclusions. Questions, comments, and feedback are greatly appreciated.
Triple-S's end of project evaluation shows that the project, and the approaches it has developed, have made an important contribution to a paradigm shift in rural water: globally, and in Ghana, Uganda and other countries where it worked. At the same time, more work and time are needed to...
This experiment consisted of a study to assess the significance, efficacy and sustainability of the learning alliance approach in influencing learning and adaptive capacity in the rural water sector in Ghana.
IRC/Triple-S Uganda has worked with the Ministry of Water and Environment to develop a learning and coordination model aimed at improving continuous joint learning throughout the rural water sector to promote innovations and address underlying challenges of service delivery.
One out of three rural water supply systems in developing countries doesn’t function at all or performs far below its promised level. How do you go from broken pumps and failing systems to reliable and lasting water services?