Water

Évaluation finale du Projet d’Assainissement Innovant en Milieu Urbain (FAMAFA)

Le Projet d’Assainissement Innovant en milieu Urbain (projet PAIU ou FAMAFA (Fanatsaràna ny Faripiainan’ny Mponina Andrenivohitra amin’ny Fandrindràna ny Fahadiovana sy Fidiovana) vise à contribuer à l’amélioration des conditions de vie et sanitaires des populations vulnérables dans la commune d’Antananarivo.

L’objectif spécifique du projet est d’améliorer les conditions d’hygiène et d’assainissement de 11 053 ménages1 les plus vulnérables, dont 28 186 femmes, en insistant sur la gestion intégréedes déchets solides et liquides sur l’ensemble du cycle d’assainissement par la mobilisation des ressources locales, afin de garantir la mise à l’échelle et la pérennisation du système.
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Lowland Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Activity Baseline Report

This baseline survey was carried out for the USAID-funded Lowland WASH Activity in the Afar, Somali and SNNP regions of Ethiopia from April to May 2016. Lowland WASH aims to accelerate the expansion of improved sustainable drinking water supply and sanitation access and to catalyze enhanced hygiene behaviors, while also expanding sustainable water use for agriculture for populations vulnerable to drought and climate change.

The main objectives of the survey are to provide benchmark data to:  Develop an evidence-based strategy and implementation plan for improving WASH coverage, facilities, and management at community level; and  Set the basis for tracking (through future repeat surveys) changes that will be induced by Lowland WASH activities on the ground, and thus monitor the progress and performance of Lowland WASH.
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PASOS Post Project Evaluation

This 4 page document is a 6 year post-project evaluation of the Promoting Local Management and Governance of the Water and Sanitation Sector to Benefit the Poor project in Honduras, funded by Global Affairs Canada. The Canadian government conducted this evaluation Read More...

Comparing sanitation delivery modalities in informal urban settlement schools

This 14 page journal article from the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Hea... Read More...

Wash Plus- Supportive Environments for Healthy Communities Endline Report

The WASHplus project supports healthy households and communities by creating and delivering interventions that lead to improvements in WASH and household air pollution (HAP). This fiveyear project (2010-2015), funded through USAID’s Bureau for Global Health and led by FHI 360 in partnership with CARE and Winrock International, uses at-scale programming approaches to reduce diarrheal diseases and acute respiratory infections, the two top killers of children under age 5 globally. [30 pages] Read More...

Haraad reeb (quenching the thirst) ii final report

This 74 page report highlights the impacts of the German-government funded Haraad Reeb project. CARE and its principal partner, the Ministry of Water Resources (MoWR) in Somaliland, have just concluded implementation of a 30-month project titled Haraad Reeb, which was funded by BMZ – Germany Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development. The thrust of the project was to build the resilience of target communities against drought-related shocks. The project focused on rural semi-sedentary populations living in small village-towns and spread across the eastern regions – Togdheer, Sool and Sanaag. Some activities were also implemented in Sahil, Hargeisa and Awdal regions.
The project performance against set indicators was excellent; indictors were met or surpassed. Implementation effectiveness was evident in the wide coverage, beneficiary participation, gender considerations, coordination mechanism, and in monitoring and evaluation strategies. CARE-MoWR had a robust working relationship, outlined in a joint MoU and applied at all levels – national, regional, districts and village. CARE had sufficient, qualified and motivated project staff while MoWR attached an engineer to the project.
Backed by evidence, the project designers realized that insufficiency of investments is not the core problem facing the rural water supply subsector. The core problem was identified as poor strategies to support operation and maintenance of the established systems. Due to this problem, there has been little to show for millions of dollars that the INGOs and UN agencies have invested in the subsector over the last two decades (1995-2015).
At the policy level, the project addressed the institutional lacuna that has existed regarding community management of water systems. This was done by supporting the MoWR to develop the community water management manual. The evaluation found that the manual is a great step forward. However, it also found that the manual requires review, consensus, reediting and advocacy with a view to giving it a national appeal, acceptance and application. In particular, the proposed 3-person management unit is too restrictive and not adequate for inclusive and participatory regime. Read More...

Project Femme Eau Terre a Biltine (FET) Rapport Final

This 39 page document highlights the results of the FET project funded by the European Union Read More...

Private sector trial in informal settlements

This 18 page powerpoint deck highlights the results of experiments between private sector and govern... Read More...

Supporting access to better data emis trial+

This 42 page document highlights the results of testing digital data collection in the SWASH+ projec... Read More...

Improved bean varieties increase yields by 250 percent prosade

This research report on the action research of conservation agriculture practices whos how every $1 ... Read More...

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