Published in: 2015
German Toilet Organization in collaboration with the German WASH Network and the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA), Germany
SuSanA Admin (susanaadmin)
The WASH e-paper is an online magazine published at regular intervals in German and English. Each edition takes a closer look at a current key issue in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector and related areas. It also provides updates on forthcoming national and international events, highlights current publications and projects, and reports on news from the sector. The WASH e-paper is published by the German Toilet Organization in close cooperation with the WASH Network and the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA).
Issue 3 of the WASH e-Paper is devoted to the issue of post-implementation monitoring (PIM) and ways of ensuring that the access to water supply and sanitation provided by WASH projects is guaranteed even after a project comes to an end. Comprehensive and robust monitoring of implemented WASH services – including, and especially, beyond the project term –is essential if WASH systems are to be maintained, operated, repaired and, where appropriate, expanded in the long term. The approaches to post-project sustainability monitoring and safeguarding presented in this issue give an overview of the state of current international debate. In large part, they are based on an international PIM workshop organised by Welthungerhilfe and held in Addis Ababa in April 2015. We hope you enjoy reading this issue!
IN THIS ISSUE...
01 Why carry out post-implementation monitoring?
02 PIM workshop in Addis Ababa (April 2015)
03 Examples of sustainable WASH service provision
04 WASH sustainability assessment and monitoring Tools
05 Calendar of key WASH events in 2015 / 2016
06 Recent WASH publications
GTO (2015). WASH – Post Implementation Monitoring - WASH ePaper, Issue No. 3 (in English/French/Spanish). German Toilet Organization in collaboration with the German WASH Network and the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA), Germany
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