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Recommendations for the Application of an Intercultural Approach in Rural Water and Sanitation Projects

The present document is one of the results of the joint research initiative “Transcultural Transparency”  by the MDG-F and SIWI focusing on how to overcome sociocultural clashes between communities, service providers, ... full view »

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Second Joint Programmes Synthesis Report. Review of Achievements, Lessons Learned and the Contribution Towards the MDG Targets

This report, by the Democratic Economic Governance Knowledge Management programme, provides a
synthesis overview of achievements, lessons learned and the contribution towards the MDG targets of the ... full view »


Democratic Economic Governance - Thematic Study - Executive summary

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Democratic Economic Governance - Thematic Study - Full Report

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Case Study on Strengthening Women’s Leadership. Panama Joint Programme

This case studies a Joint Programme (JP) that was aimed at reducing gaps in safe water and sanitation public services by empowering citizens in excluded rural and indigenous areas in the Bisira and Kankintu communities in Panama. It also ... full view »


Joint programme Synthesis Review of Goals, Strategies and Cross-Cutting Themes

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Availability of Web-based knowlege materials on water and sanitation

This study is part of the Knowledge Management Programme for the programmatic area of Democratic Economic Governance, the purpose of which is to document, discuss, disseminate and replicate the innovations and experiences collected in ... full view »


Online sharing of Water and Sanitation Knowledge

Sharing good practices, lessons learned and useful experiences from water and sanitation development project programs and initiatives are important to enhance efficient project development and implementation of water and sanitation projects. ... full view »


Integrated Policy Paper for Pro-Poor Water Supply and Sanitation

The recognition of the human right to water supply and sanitation implies that the state accepts its responsibility to respect, protect and fulfill this right. For about 18 million Filipinos that do not have access to safe water and for the 10 ... full view »


Analysis of Supreme Court -Water Related Cases from 1901 to 2010 and Policy Recomendations

This analysis contributed to a 3-year Joint Programme (JP) entitled “Enhancing Access to and Provision of Water Services with the Active Participation of the Poor” in the Philippines. The JP aimed to enhance provision of and access ... full view »