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WASH self-supply in Sierra Leone : perspectives and options

The paper summarizes the findings of an independent evaluation of two DFID-funded projects implemented by Welthungerhilfe and WaterAid to specifically test a market based approach to self-supply in Sierra Leone. The findings presented indicate a good potential for self-supply to complement communal water services where formal service providers attribute lower priority to target smaller remote and inaccessible communities (population of 150 persons and below). The paper includes a Technology Applicability Framework (TAF) assessment of the EMAS flexi-pump.

TitleWASH self-supply in Sierra Leone : perspectives and options
Publication TypeWorking Paper
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsGelhard, M
Pagination9 p. : 1 box, 8 fig.
Date Published05/2014
PublisherWelthungerhilfe
Place PublishedBonn, Germany
Publication LanguageEnglish
KeywordsEMAS pumps, evaluation
Abstract

The paper summarizes the findings of an independent evaluation of two DFID-funded projects implemented by Welthungerhilfe and WaterAid to specifically test a market based approach to self-supply in Sierra Leone. The findings presented indicate a good potential for self-supply to complement communal water services where formal service providers attribute lower priority to target smaller remote and inaccessible communities (population of 150 persons and below). The paper includes a Technology Applicability Framework (TAF) assessment of the EMAS flexi-pump.

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URLhttp://www.washtechnologies.net/en/taf/documentation/details/596
Citation Key79222