The Cost of Water Project supports the effective planning and sustainable management of water supply systems in refugee camps and settlements. Launched in 2014 by the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Unit in DPSMÕs Public Health Section in partnership with IRC, the project measures the overall costs of providing effective water systems in a variety of refugee hosting contexts to create a flexible decision-making tool specific to refugee situations.
This working paper presents the results of a review of over 220 sustainability resources used in the WASH sector.
In 2014, Aguaconsult undertook a desk review of WASH sector status and trends in Ethiopia as part of a Sector Landscaping Assessment for USAID.The objectives of the Desk Review were to Document current conditions in EthiopiaÕs water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) sector to inform future USAID programming decisions; and to identify gaps in knowledge and weaknesses in the WASH sector.
In 2013, Aguaconsult with inputs fromÊEngineers Without Borders (Canada) Malawi team, produced a case study as part of the Case Studies For Change series on interventions into Malawi’s WASH sector.This case study describes how EWB promotes sustainable rural WASH services in Malawi.
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