Using a life-cycle approach to target WASH policies and programmes

This brief from WSSCC and 3ie is based on a systematic review that looked at how the life-cycle approach is incorporated into WASH programmes and policies. This review analysed dominant approaches to targeting populations, the barriers to access and strategies to improve access to WASH services.

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Authors: WSSCC, 3ie Publication Date: 22 March 2017 Publisher: WSSCC, 3ie No. of Pages: 4

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