Aguaconsult helps Agenda for Change to articulate its work on WASH Systems Strengthening
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.
The 2014 WASH Sustainability Forum, held in Amsterdam, continued discussions about WASH sector sustainability by focusing on practical tools and approaches useful to sector stakeholders in their daily operations.
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.