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💧 Water Integrity Network 💧 Mar 28
To achieve the we have to think . But, let's not forget the shadow system of corruption. Catch up on what you missed at with
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Nabunnya M. Jane Apr 30
That is what calls the approach - everything required to deliver sustainable WASH Services. Not just infrastructure but O&M, policies, participation stakeholders, finances, planning, monitoring, water resources, regulation, learning
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Shiny Dec 2
Capacity building of officials and strong partnerships are key to move forward on providing water to all and towards safe sanitation. Principal Secretary G. Mathi Vathanan and Prof Meera Mehta session on
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Arjen Naafs Dec 3
This article captures the complexity of , , and problematic policies in a single article with powerful pictures. for anybody on wanting to understand the complexity of that are needed.
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EOS International Apr 29
What are the systemic changes needed to make in Latin America more sustainable? Read this think piece on the Agenda for Change
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Gheed Mar 13
Thank you for this fun and interactive game show! We need to talk more about our failures, and most importantly, learn from them!
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ircwash Oct 31
Is systems-thinking important to your work? Then join us at the Academy! It's free and open to all -> Vida Duti, IRC Ghana Country Director, invites participants of the covening to join as well.
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Cliff Nyaga Mar 14
Nairobi's water utility losses 40% of the 550k cubic meters of water produced each day, 30% in commercial losses and 10% in physical losses.
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HeatherSkilling Aug 26
glad to be present for 3rd year at Agenda for Change breakfast. won’t change unless larger scale implementers get on board with NGOs and learning partners.
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Arjen Naafs Apr 5
Yes! First week in my wonderful new post as and expert. Lots of inspiration from colleagues, great ongoing initiatives and exciting challenges ahead. 😀
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Patrick Moriarty Nov 22
Sneak peek of the new Academy module: the building blocks of sustainable WASH. Editing it today & looks great! Will go live early next month. In the meantime - if you haven't already done the 'basics' module - what are you waiting for?!
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_eWATER May 31
Anjalee Burr spoke at the interdisciplinary Frontiers of for symposium about the innovative approach to making systems for rural communities.
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MULINDWA Prosper Mar 10
Departing from Kigali for "IRC WASH Symposium" The Hague/Netherlands & share the approach "Everyone Forever" applied in Project run in collabo of
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Marc  Jaffrey OBE Aug 26
Fantastic to see and hear Ghana's Minister for Sanitation and Water Resources leading the line on Government responsibility. A and a great friend of
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Alec Shannon Oct 7
Great first day at with a fun preview of the Game Show to come tomorrow ... Go check it out!
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David De Armey Aug 26
The key entry point in Bolivia for was to open up a district level office - all other activities hinges on district presence over time. @ksl_water
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Alec Shannon Oct 8
Ghana Country Director reminds us to focus on the people behind our various building blocks and frameworks. Bravo!
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Juliane Schillinger Mar 12
Important fashion choices, but even more important discussions on dilemmas of working in fragile contexts during & Water for Good's fragile states pub quiz at the symposium !
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Arjen Naafs Apr 14
"Creating water-wise policies, supply chains, financial management, monitoring systems and all the other pieces needed to keep a project going is slow work." mentioned in Scientific American - so it must be important 😀
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John Oldfield Jul 17
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