55%-85% of households in Uganda access water services that do not meet the minimum required standards but water users are generally satisfied with the service they receive. A study on the performance of Water Source Committees as service providers for rural water supply in Uganda reveals.
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.
A study on the Learning Alliance Approach in Ghana, commissioned by IRC under the Triple-S project has concluded that the Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector in Ghana is very vibrant in experience sharing, documentation and dissemination, but recommended institutionalising a guiding model...
A study on the Learning Alliance Approach in Ghana, recommends a guiding model for a more systematic process of building up and deploying knowledge to better influence policy, programming, and practice.
As part of the IRC-led Triple-S initiative, a comprehensive assessment of WASH sustainability tools has been undertaken. The latest working paper synthesises findings and contains practical 1-pagers describing 25 promising tools.
The call by women MPs in Uganda to make mandatory provision of sanitary towels for all school girls under Universal Primary Education programme demands immediate action. This measure calls for support because it is necessary that our girls do not skip classes or drop out because of poor menstrual...
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.