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.
Water.org commissioned a market assessment for introducing the WaterCredit model and the potential of alternative financing channels.
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.
This policy brief draws out the key lessons from both the reviews and concludes that the analysis shows that under certain circumstances community management of point sources can function, albeit with many challenges.
This report looks at the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, and sustainability of a water trust fund (WTF) established by Oxfam Great Britain to support the Tajikistan Water Supply and Sanitation Project (TajWSS).