Analysis, Country Updates, home,

2017 Annual Report Available

The Water Integrity Network is excited to launch our 2017 Annual Report. Download: In 2017, WIN started implementing its new […]


Analysis, Financing / Budgeting, home, Kenya,

Creditworthiness for water utilities

In the efforts to increase integrity in the water and sanitation services sector throughout the developing world, the role creditworthiness […]


Africa, Americas, Analysis, Asia, Assessment - Monitoring, Communication & Training, Europe, Good Practice, home, Monitoring, Organization management, Planning / Allocation, Policy & Oversight, Procurement, Regulation, Risk Management, Stakeholder Engagement, Uncategorized,

How to Promote Water Integrity

WIN’s Lessons Learned Report captures experiences and challenges faced whilst working on water integrity between the period of 2011-2016.


Africa, Americas, Analysis, Asia, Europe, Global, home, Uncategorized,

International Women’s Day 2018

On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2018, the Water Integrity Network (WIN) issues this statement on Gender and Water Integrity.


Academia, Africa, Americas, Analysis, Asia, Civil Society Organization, Development Partner, Donor, Europe, Global, Good Practice, Government, home, Water Management Organization, Water Service Provider,

A year in review

A look at selected key developments in water and water integrity in 2017


Africa, Analysis, Good Practice, home, Policy & Oversight, Regulation, Regulator, Stakeholder Engagement,

The importance of integrity for water regulators

Interview with the chair of the Eastern and Southern African Water and Sanitation Regulators Association (ESAWAS), Mr Mangamela, on the ESAWAS conference dedicated to ‘water integrity and SGG6 – designing appropriate regulation’ and the way forward to ensure integrity in regulation and through regulation for the water sector.