January 26, 1-2PM ET: SYP Water Talks: A conceptual framework for water and sanitation services : The Uganda case study with Angela Huston

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Recent research from Sub-Saharan Africa shows how a public service systems perspective can be applied to solving the complex challenge of providing universal access to water and sanitation services at country level. A conceptual framework for water and sanitation services was developed and applied in six countries with the aim to study these systems and foster greater alignment of implementing actors to improve practice. The case of Uganda and its district of Kabarole is used to show how participatory mixed methods can be used to develop and test solutions at local level as a way to plan for change at a larger scale. Angela Huston will be presenting.

 

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CWRA Members: Free

All Students: Free

CWRA Non-Members: $15

 

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