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AG-WATSAN Nexus: Guiding pro-poor investments in the nexus among domestic water quality and quantity, sanitation and hygiene from the bottom-up - Various documents on results from research grant

Various authors (2013)

Published in: 2013

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Center for Development Research at the University of Bonn (ZEF)

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Various authors

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This library entry contains background documents for a grant which is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (further information is also available on the SuSanA discussion forum, see link below).

Primary contacts at lead organization:
Prof. Joachim von Braun
Dr. Nicolas Gerber
Dr. Samantha Antonini

The purpose of the project is to improve the health and nutrition status of poor people in Africa and South Asia by guiding investments for a more effective water, sanitation and hygiene nexus, also considering the related links to agriculture.

Goal(s):
Proposing policy recommendations on investment and priority activities and tools to empower households and communities to monitor their WATSAN environment

Objectives:
(1) identifying the critical sets of the tradeoffs between and synergies among domestic water quality and quantity, sanitation and hygiene and agriculture irrigation systems
(2) enhancing investments in technological and institutional arrangements for improving capacities of rural and peri-urban communities connected to multi-purpose water systems; and
(3) strengthening the capacity of households and communities to monitor and manage their own WATSAN environment, including to serve accelerated ‘ground truthing’ for the international monitoring schemes

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Documents available for download below:

1 - Tsegai, D., McBain, F., Tischbein, B. (2013): ZEF Working Paper: Water, sanitation and hygiene: The missing link with agriculture. Department of Political and Cultural Change, Center for Development Research, University of Bonn

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Various authors (2013). AG-WATSAN Nexus: Guiding pro-poor investments in the nexus among domestic water quality and quantity, sanitation and hygiene from the bottom-up - Various documents on results from research grant. Center for Development Research at the University of Bonn (ZEF)

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