Policy Brief: Enabling systems that support sustainable, effective and inclusive WASH marketing exchanges

Katherine F. Shields, Regina Souter, Dani Barrington, Srinivas Sridharan, Stephen Graham Saunders, Semisi Meo, Jamie K. Bartram

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Abstract

Who is this brief for?
This brief provides guidance to enabling actors– people in civil society, external support agencies, community governance structures, utilities, governments, the private sector, and academia, who design, implement and support WaSH policies and programs. Purpose of this brief:
WaSH enabling actors can use this guidance to create and support an enabling environment and marketing exchange system that improves WaSH outcomes in urban and peri-urban informal settlements in Melanesia. Figure 1 summarises the components of the WaSH marketing exchange system; this brief focuses on those components relating to the enabling environment–enabling actors, functions and rules–that are necessary to foster sustainable, effective and inclusive WaSH marketing exchanges of all types, so that they deliver wellbeing impacts.
Original languageEnglish
TypePolicy Brief
PublisherInternational WaterCentre
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Externally publishedYes

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