The World Bank contracted Aguaconsult, together with IRC of the Netherlands, to research existing frameworks and metrics used to assess rural water service delivery. Forty indicator sets were analysed and on the basis of this set of empirical evidence, the team developed a set of standard global indicators to measure different characteristics of rural water services.
A five-person team carried out an extensive review of water, sanitation and hygiene promotion interventions in emergency contexts, including both natural disasters and complex emergencies.
This report constitutes the final report of the Environmental Health Project (EHP) Nicaragua Rural Water Supply, Sanitation, and Environmental Health Programme (EHP/Nica)a two-year reconstruction program funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development mission in Nicaragua (USAID/Nicaragua).
As its programme has evolved and with coverage levels increasing, WaterAid Timor-Leste (WATL) has recognised the pressing challenge of maintaining service levels in those communities who have gained first time access to water supply.
A growing number of developing countries have devolved the responsibility for water and sanitation services to local government, in line with decentralisation of basic services.
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