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It takes a system (to deliver WASH services)

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Keynote presentation by IRC CEO Patrick Moriarty for the 11th World Water Summit (WWS 11) of the Water and Sanitation Rotarian Action Group (WASRAG) on 31 May 2019 in Hamburg, Germany. It focuses on 3 points. One, that delivering water, sanitation and hygiene services requires a functioning water supply, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) system (made up of multiple actors and factors) and that to intervene effectively requires actively engaging with this system; two, that government has a crucial role to play within the WASH system and must be involved; and, three, that the way to drive systems change is through collective action. The presentation introduces the actors involved in the implementation of the Kabarole District WASH Masterplan in Uganda.

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It takes a system (to deliver WASH services)

  1. 1. Supporting water sanitation and hygiene services for life 31st May 2019 It takes a system (to deliver WASH services) Patrick Moriarty, IRC WASRAG, Hamburg
  2. 2. SDG 6 Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
  3. 3. Photo: Jeroen van Loon Theory of Change
  4. 4. Chronic lack of sustainability ~30% of rural water sources non-functional in sub-Saharan Africa
  5. 5. WASH Services sustainable access to defined level of service Photo: Jeroen van Loo
  6. 6. WASH services are delivered by WASH systems Photo: Jeroen van Loon
  7. 7. Theory of Change
  8. 8. Population: 250,632 people Water coverage: 80-83% Sanitation coverage: 84% Photo: Jeroen van Loon
  9. 9. Baluku and Steven Handpump mechanics Photo: Jeroen van Loon
  10. 10. Janet Katusabe Borehole caretaker
  11. 11. Rwakyaka Mary Kenyana District Councillor for Women Member of the Kabarole District Works Committee & District WASH Task Team
  12. 12. Hon. Richard Rwabahinge Chairperson, Kabarole District
  13. 13. Eng. Pius Kataramu Mugabe Senior Water Officer, Kabarole
  14. 14. Eng. Joseph Oriono Eyatu Commissioner Rural Water, Uganda
  15. 15. SDG 6 Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
  16. 16. Visiting address Bezuidenhoutseweg 2 2594 AV The Hague The Netherlands Postal address P.O. BOX 82327 2508 EH The Hague The Netherlands T +31 70 3044000 info@ircwash.org www.ircwash.org Supporting water sanitation and hygiene services for life

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