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.
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.
The 2013 WASH Sustainability Forum was held in Washington, D.C. on March 11 and 12. The Forum focused on the importance of partnerships with local and national governments to support long-term sustainability.
In 2011, Triple-S undertook a review of 11 major WASH Development Partner’s policy documents using a technique known as Qualitative Document Analysis or QDA. The results of this review are presented in this publication.