SUB-Theme 3 outputs
Monitoring and using evidence to improve hygiene & sanitation
African countries are making some progress on Commitment 9 to establish government-led monitoring, reporting, evaluation, learning and review systems. Yet, there remain significant challenges – especially in ensuring that data is accessible and useful to national and sub-national government stakeholders and partners. In order to coordinate progress towards the sanitation and hygiene goals and improve the effectiveness of all parties, all stakeholders need access to monitoring and reporting results.
Monitoring Hygiene Behaviour Change: Experiences from WaterAid
Rapid Action Learning and Research for Rural Sanitation
Using CLTS and Post-ODF Data: Monitoring country progress and local commitments