In this video from Sustainable WASH Systems partner IRC WASH, learn about Learning Alliances and how they build strong local systems:Changing water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) systems for the better – with the many social, technical, institutio
In Ethiopia, USAID’s Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership (SWS) is using organizational network analysis (ONA) to measure change over time in the relationships and network structure of WASH actors in four separate locations.
Social network analysis is a tool that Sustainable WASH Systems partners use to better understand the actors in a WASH System, their relationship to each other, and the factors that affect their interactions.
SWS is developing a body of knowledge about the cost of different systems approaches, their benefits, and what is needed to sustain them; how to effectively apply these approaches to new or existing activities; the conditions that support and inhi
The international development sector is increasingly implementing collaborative approaches that facilitate a range of sectoral-level stakeholders to jointly address complex problems facing sustainable public service delivery, for which guidance do
Endemic issues of sustainability in the water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) sector have led to the rapid expansion of ‘system approaches’ for assessing the multitude of interconnected factors that affect WASH outcomes.