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This working paper document presents the result of a study conducted by the Watershed-Empowering Citizens Programme analysing how social inclusion is included in Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) projects and programmes. It focuses on supporting MFA achieve its WASH policy goals and commitments.
The study aims to deepen the Watershed Programme’s knowledge of social inclusion in WASH projects and programmes by providing an overview of the current practices and insights into approaches used in the implementation of WASH initiatives worldwide. To this end, the study mapped and assessed the distinct approaches, methods and tools used for social inclusion in WASH initiatives by a selected number of development organizations, some of which have a strong track record in this area.
Organisations involved in the preparation of the report are: World Bank, WaterAid, GIZ, Sida, Unicef, WSSCC and Brac; Dutch organisations Simavi, IRC, Wetlands International, Plan Nederland and VEI.