Southern Africa

Policy Brief – Financing the WASH sector

by | February 14, 2018

In 2017, The Collaborative Africa Budget Reform Initiative (CABRI) initiated a policy dialogue on ‘Value for Money in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene’ (WASH) through a series of dialogues and country reviews. This policy brief covers what was learnt through the dialogue and reviews, and provides finance, health and WASH officials with key policy considerations for better targeted investments and financing approaches for faster progress towards national WASH objectives.

Policy Brief – Financing the WASH sector

ENGAGING WITH THE PRIVATE SECTOR FOR URBAN ONSITE SANITATION SERVICES LESSONS FROM SIX SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAN CITIES

by | January 2, 2018

This study is a quick review of urban onsite sanitation projects implemented through BMGF/DFID Partnership Cities. Its main objective is to identify lessons on engaging with the private sector for the delivery of inclusive and sustainable urban sanitation services in the six cities in SSA.

ENGAGING WITH THE PRIVATE SECTOR FOR URBAN ONSITE SANITATION SERVICES

Africa-regional-learning-event-synthesis-report

by | November 23, 2015

This report provides a synthesis and summary of the Southern Africa Regional Learning Event held in Harare, Zimbabwe by the Civil Society Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Fund (CS WASH) from 5Ð8 May 2015.

Africa-regional-learning-event-synthesis-report

Southern Africa Regional Learning Event

by | May 8, 2015

This report provides a synthesis and summary of the Southern Africa Regional Learning Event held in Harare, Zimbabwe by the Civil Society Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Fund (CS WASH, ‘the Fund’) from 5–8 May 2015.

Civil Society Organisations and Government working together for sustainable WASH services

Fixing the sector, not just the pump; a systemic intervention in Malawi’s WASH sector

by | June 6, 2013

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.

Triple-S: Fixing the sector, not just the pump; a systemic intervention in Malawi’s WASH sector

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