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Des systèmes AEPHA qui changent la vie - Stratégie de l'IRC 2017-30
Septage management in urban India : providing conceptual clarity
Since not everyone can be served by sewerage...
Concept note on cost recovery in Indian water sector
This concept note provides an action plan for...
Moving ahead on blended financing mechanisms and pricing water in India
This concept note proposes a phase-wise approach...
WASH/IWRM alignment in Dutch foreign policies and practices : main findings from interviews and...
In order to ensure sustainable WASH in a context...
Connecting water, sanitation and hygiene with fresh water conservation and climate resilience :...
Projects that integrate water, sanitation and...
Mapping public finance for WASH in Burkina Faso [finance brief]
Burkina Faso was unable to generate full funding...
Sustainability assessment of rural water service delivery models : findings of a multi-country...
IRC strategy framework 2017-30 : building WASH systems to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals
This document presents IRC's overarching...
A new model for water access : a global blueprint for innovation
This whitepaper reveals that $310 billion a year...
Service delivery indicators : a tool for improving rural water services
This policy brief offers recommendations based on piloting of indicators to monitor water service delivery and performance in rural Uganda.
Service Delivery Indicators: a tool for improving rural water services
Using mobile phones to facilitate local monitoring and improve functionality of rural water points
This policy brief presents findings from piloting of M4W, an initiative to enable users to report water facility faults by SMS, in Uganda.
Using mobile phones to facilitate local monitoring
Monitoring the functionality of rural water sources using mobile phone technology (M4W)
Monitoring the Functionality of Rural Water Sources Using Mobile Phone Technology (M4W)