Published in: 2017
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The report aims to be a comprehensive collection and analysis of past and current policies and programmes and provides insights into the reasons for several gaps that become apparent when the sector is viewed holistically. The extensive review of international, national, and state-level reports draws upon a rich collection of secondary literature.
A series of stakeholders’ consultation workshops were held at regional and national levels as part of the study, with participation from diverse groups of stakeholders including policymakers at the national, state, and city levels, donor organizations, academia, and sector experts including water and sanitation professionals. These workshops provided primary data from the northern, north-eastern, eastern, southern and western regions of the country.
The report is divided into three broad sections, namely polices (Chapters 2,3), progress (Chapters 4-7), and possible solutions (Chapters 8-11).
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