Global Sanitation Fund Mid Term Evaluation – Synthesis Note


In 2013, the GSF commissioned a mid-term evaluation of 10 of the national programmes it supports. This report is a synthesis 7 completed evaluation reports covering GSF-supported programmes in various countries.

In 2013, the GSF commissioned a mid-term evaluation of 10 of the national programmes it supports. This report is a synthesis 7 completed evaluation reports covering GSF-supported programmes in Cambodia, India, Madagascar, Malawi, Nepal, Senegal and Uganda. WSSCC, which operates the GSF, issued a response to the main observations in the synthesis report, including specific follow up actions the Council will take in the coming year.

General Information
Authors: Mark Keen, Sheelagh O’ Reilly Publication Date: August 2015 Publisher: IOD PARC No. of Pages: 29

WSSCC’s Management Response to the Global Sanitation Fund Independent Mid-Term Evaluation Synthesis Report

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: May 2016 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 11

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