Effective financing for water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) is essential to accelerate and sustain services that could ultimately save two million lives per year. Inadequate monitoring and limited availability of financial data impede the ability of countries to assess progress and improve performance. An internationally agreed standard methodology for tracking financial flows to WASH at the national level does not exist at present. This working paper argues that developing such a common methodology is required and feasible.

Author : Sophie Trémolet, Martina Rama

Assainissement au Mozambique / Sanitation in Mozambique
Pratiques de lavage des mains au Burkina Faso
Bassin transfrontalier de la Mékrou / Basin of the Mekrou
Mission au Libéria / Assignment in Liberia
Latrines en Mauritanie / Latrines in Mauritania
Kiosque à Haiti / Kiosk in Haiti
Missions on the ground
Improve the access to the drinking water
Technical expertise
Knowledge of local people