The government's flagship Climate Resilient Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (CR-WASH) initiative focuses on lowland investments in 'resilient' technologies such as deep boreholes and more resilient piped water infrastructure. These seek to displace emergency humanitarian interventions in drought-...
At IRC we're pretty clear about our aims – about the world we want to see. Everyone, everywhere enjoying access to water, sanitation and hygiene services that last forever. But how to get there? And what's our role?
IRC country director of Uganda, Jane Nabunnya Mulumba reflects back on 2014 and sets her goals for the coming year: building on the legacy of Triple-S and reaching the national targets for water and sanitation coverage
This second post - in a series of articles on water resources management by Charles Batchelor and John Butterworth - looks at water services from a water resource management (WRM) perspective. In the first article we discussed IWRM and the 'i' for integration in water resources management.
In this blog Patrick Moriarty reflects on Stockholm World Water Week 2014. There is good progress in language (and some tools) around the role of government in delivering services, he argues. But it's still an uphill struggle on who pays for what.
Que doivent faire les gouvernements et leurs partenaires de développement pour assurer que le secteur de l'AEPHA soit plus performant ? Lisez le dernier billet de la série de quatre contributions publiées sur ce blog et participez au débat sur « des services d'eau pas la charité » en laissant vos...
The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has awarded US$ 3 million to IRC to ensure that over the next three years, 1.3 million people in 13 rural districts in Ghana will have access to water services that last: not just for a year or two - but indefinitely.