System Strengthening

System Strengthening


Support for equitable sanitation and hygiene requires that wider society is engaged,
as influencers and persuaders for investment and ongoing support. We encourage governments to harness the voice and support of other stakeholders, including civil society and the private sector, through platforms afforded by Sanitation and Water for All and others.
 
Ensure country-level oversight is integrated into national systems.
 
Achievement of SDG 6.2 requires governments to not only engage with all stakeholders through participatory multi-stakeholder processes but to also demonstrate accountability in decisions that are taken. This is especially important to ensure that programs are inclusive and leave no one behind.
 
WSSCC is working together with SWA at both institutional and country levels to ensure complementary collaboration and impact. SWA has been instrumental in bringing partners together around a common framework:
As a member of SWA, WSSCC is committed to applying this framework across all its work geared to addressing inequalities in sanitation and hygiene.