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The USAID Water Communications & Knowledge Management (Water CKM) Project and USAID's E3/Water Office are hosting a webinar on October 3, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. EDT (New York Time): Examining Sustainability of USAID WASH Programming in Madagascar. This live event will be a joint presentation of key findings from two studies on the sustainability of the USAID-funded RANO-HP activity, an integrated WASH program implemented between 2009-2013 in Madagascar by a consortium led by Catholic Relief Services.
Presenting the findings: Jordan Ermilio of Villanova University’s Sustainable WASH Research Initiative in Madagascar; and Annette Fay, who conducted the Water CKM Project's Madagascar RANO-HP Ex-post Evaluation. Both activities examined the introduction of a public-private partnership model for managing water and sanitation infrastructure. Villanova’s research focused on the long-term reliability of RANO-HP water systems, while the Water CKM evaluation studied the sustainability of RANO-HP sanitation and hygiene outcomes.
A webinar recording is available on Globalwaters.org.
This event is being hosted by the Water CKM Project and USAID's Water Office.