Monitoring Drinking Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene in Non-Household Settings: Priorities for Policy and Practice

Title:

Monitoring Drinking Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene in Non-Household Settings: Priorities for Policy and Practice

Author:

Ryan Cronk and Jamie Bartram

Date:

01 Jan

Organisation:

WaSH

Year:

2015

Tags:

Hygiene, Sanitation, Water, Policy, Monitoring & Evaluation, Journal, Technical, UK, English

Citation:

Cronk, R; Bartram, J; (2015) 'Monitoring Drinking Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene in Non-Household Settings: Priorities for Policy and Practice'

Summary (100 words or less):

This report highlighted that there are examples of successful non-household WASH monitoring systems – but identified that not all countries are carrying out monitoring and evaluation of schemes. It noted that advancing monitoring and investing resources in capacity building for initiatives will make data collection for effective and make it easier to successfully target resources with the foal of improving WASH. Through the evidence it gathered the authors believe that the hamonisation of indicators, methodologies and tools for global monitoring is rapidly achievable. It includes a breakdown of original SSHE interventions by country, the data collected and the key findings.

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