It's not just what you know, it's what you do with that knowledge that matters. Doing monitoring better and making it count is our focus.
To achieve sustainable services, financial sustainability is critical. But tracking financial flows in the water sector is notoriously difficult.
To ensure sustainable services for rural dwellers, governments need reliable information on the impact of policies and regulation.
The monitoring of individual projects by development partners may undermine the development of well-functioning national monitoring systems.
New technologies are designed for data collection and analysis, and information and communication technologies (ICTs) are particularly effective in the WASH sector.
How can global monitoring systems strengthen monitoring at national and regional levels?
Systematic and reliable monitoring is a prerequisite for successful sanitation and hygiene programming.
Submit your AfricaSan5 session for subtheme 3 on monitoring by 12 October!
A networking event on 9 October 2018 for water and environmental professionals in The Hague.
Study demands strong accountability mechanisms for countries to stay on track with WASH targets.
Empowering civil society with transparency tools to aid in the fight against lagging WASH budgets.
Case studies of the pay-as-you-fetch (PAYF) model in Kabarole District.
New global WASH monitoring report will include better information from more countries, including high-income states.
The last of 4 videos on the lessons learnt during the SMARTerWASH project: 2013-2016.
Third of 4 videos on the lessons learnt during the SMARTerWASH project: 2013-2016.