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Performance improvement through learning in sanitation : district- and sub-county-based learning and action research for increased performance, inno...

In March 2010 the convenors of the Austrian Development Agency – Performance Improvement through Learning in Sanitation (ADA PILS) project released an information sheet/ project brief that provides a brief narrative of the context in which the ADA PILS initiative is being implemented, and introduces the envisaged deliverables of the ADA PILS initiative. Focussed on the areas of sanitation and hygiene (S&H), ADA PILS supports in the re-integration process of internally displaced peoples (IDPs) in three post-conflict areas most severely affected by the North Ugandan conflict (i.e. Pader, Gulu and Kitgum). The ADA PILS project is institutionally anchored in the District Water and Sanitation Coordination Committee (DWSCC) of Uganda and is a collaborative initiative spearheaded by IRC, NETWAS Uganda and Caritas Gulu. More information on this initiative may be drawn from the ADA PILS Project Brief of March 2010. [authors abstract]

TitlePerformance improvement through learning in sanitation : district- and sub-county-based learning and action research for increased performance, inno...
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsOwiny Okello, C., Mwesiye, D., Smet, J.E.M.
Pagination2 p.; 1 fig.; 2 boxes; 2 photographs
Date Published2010-03-01
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Keywordsgovernment organizations, stakeholders, uganda
Abstract

In March 2010 the convenors of the Austrian Development Agency – Performance Improvement through Learning in Sanitation (ADA PILS) project released an information sheet/ project brief that provides a brief narrative of the context in which the ADA PILS initiative is being implemented, and introduces the envisaged deliverables of the ADA PILS initiative. Focussed on the areas of sanitation and hygiene (S&H), ADA PILS supports in the re-integration process of internally displaced peoples (IDPs) in three post-conflict areas most severely affected by the North Ugandan conflict (i.e. Pader, Gulu and Kitgum). The ADA PILS project is institutionally anchored in the District Water and Sanitation Coordination Committee (DWSCC) of Uganda and is a collaborative initiative spearheaded by IRC, NETWAS Uganda and Caritas Gulu. More information on this initiative may be drawn from the ADA PILS Project Brief of March 2010. [authors abstract]

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