mapping

Report

Survey Finding of the Mapping Concepts of Water, Energy Conservation and Solid Waste Management in the Jordanian National Curriculum

The Public Action for Water, Energy and Environment Project (PAP) is a public education and behavior change communication program developed to support USAID’s technical and policy investments in the Jordanian water and energy sectors, and to support specific initiatives in the environment, in particular with regard to solid waste. ECODIT implemented the project. As part of the first phase of the project (assessment and Baseline data collection) ECODIT conducted numerous surveys, including 12 or more research efforts, to determine the project's direction and focus for behavioral change.

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Mapping Stakeholder Connections to Improve WASH Collaboration in Ethiopia

As organizations work to improve WASH services, what effect do their relationships with one another play in strengthening the local systems that underpin service delivery? The Sustainable WASH Systems (SWS) Learning Partnership employed network analysis to help answer this question for specific woredas and towns in Ethiopia (South Ari, Mille, and Woliso). SWS is supporting locally-led platforms to increase collaboration and knowledge sharing among stakeholders for improved efficiency, effectiveness, and sustainability of local WASH services.

Evaluation

Indonesia WATER SMS Project: Improving Water Services in Indonesia through Crowd-Sourced Map Data: Mid-Term Program Evaluation

The USAID Development Grants Program funded Indonesia WATER SMS (IWSMS) project aims to address the lack of information, transparency, and communication among the numerous actors in the urban water sector, including residential water consumers, water utilities, local governments and the informal water sector by making available a highly accessible communication and tracking mechanism that relies on mobile phones (SMS), email and the internet.