Approach, Civil Society Organization, Global, Good Practice, Government, home, Stakeholder Engagement, User, Water Governance,

Open Government Partnership (OGP) and the Water Sector

Open Government Partnership and Water The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is a 79-member country multilateral initiative that aims to open […]


Analysis, Civil Society Organization, Development Partner, Donor, Global, Good Practice, Government, home, Media, Policy & Oversight, Private Contractor, Regulator, Stakeholder Engagement, Uncategorized, User, Water Management Organization, Water Service Provider,

Call for submissions: Blogs on Integrity in Financing the Water Sector

WIN is inviting blog contributions (500 – 750 words) from those working in the field of integrity in financing the […]


Benin, Government, home, Kenya, Regulator, Stakeholder Engagement, User,

Hewlett Foundation Supports WIN

The Water Integrity Network is pleased to announce that the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation have approved a grant proposal, […]


Good Practice, home, Kenya, Regulator, Uncategorized, User, Water Service Provider,

Managing non-revenue water in Nakuru County

NARUWASCO’s major challenges are common corruption and high non-revenue water, in big part from leakages and illegal connections. Over the past three years, senior management at NARUWASCO has introduced a number of measures to improve integrity in its rural water service provision.


Africa, Assessment - Monitoring, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Civil Society Organization, Construction / Maintenance, Development Partner, Europe, Financing / Budgeting, Germany, Good Practice, Government, India, Monitoring, Policy & Oversight, Private Contractor, Regulator, Risk Management, Stakeholder Engagement, User, Water Management Organization,

4 Countries, 4 Cases for Water Integrity

Lack of integrity results in waste of resources, rigged decisions, and often outright corruption. I will share some concrete examples …