Published in: 2005
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This paper is intended to present, how learning from networking and partnership at different level contributes to the community and district initiatives to scale-up the water supply services in the Geita District, Tanzania.
The paper will show how the learning about the scaling-up concept at the Regional Workshop in Ethiopia and the partnership at the district level initiate two changes to scale-up water supply services in Geita District.
It is important to see the learning at global, regional, country and distinct level is synchronized to have some impacts at the village level. It is also a lesson that all networking and alliances need to have a clear agenda to facilitate the dynamism of poor people in developing countries in initiating and leading positive changes in their development process.
Paper presented at the "Learning Alliances for Scaling up Innovative Approaches in the Water and Sanitation Sector Symposium" in Delft/the Netherlands, 6–10 June 2005
Negussie, A. (2005). The contribution of networking and partnerships in community initiatives to scale-up of water supply services, Geita District, Tanzania.
English Sub-Saharan Africa
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