WIN’s integrity tools are flexible approaches that can be tailored to different management models and processes, and can easily be adapted to different countries and contexts. WIN and its partners support adaptations and work with organizations to facilitate workshops, providing facilitators and mentoring support. Contact us for support.
Stakeholder Tools:Finding Common Ground
Stakeholder Engagement Tools support inclusive multi-stakeholder decision making, help develop a common understanding of risks and issues, and promote public participation, trust, and social accountability in public and private organizations.SEE MORE
Assessment Tools:Defining the Issue
Assessment Tools help institutions to define the magnitude of integrity issues, prioritize risks to be addressed, and measure progress achieved, using methods such as problem diagnosis, benchmarking, and monitoring—in line with relevant project objectives.SEE MORE
Action Tools:Making Change Happen
Action Tools help organizations to manage and execute successful water integrity projects, focusing on improving governance and fighting corruption through preventive and corrective actions in financial management, procurement, or service delivery.SEE MORE
We support different types of organizations to work with integrity tools:
- Governments and water sector institutions
To get a better understanding of integrity issues to inform policy-making, set integrity standards for the sector, and support collective action.
- Water and sanitation service providers
To build trust and reduce specific integrity risks for their organization related to accounting, human resources, operations & maintenance.
- CSOs, user associations, and communities
To get to the roots of recurring water system problems, work out mutual accountability processes, and strengthen project management.
- Water stewardship initiatives and multi-stakeholder partnerships
To increase sustainability and effectiveness of their action through transparency and accountability.
WIN is working on reviewing all tools under the lens of the Human Rights to Water and Sanitation, and looking specifically at the engagement of disadvantaged groups, including women.
WIN and partners have been developing tools for a broad range of specific stakeholders since 2012. In collaboration with partners, we have initiated, facilitated, and coached more than 50 processes in Asia, Europe, Latin America and Africa, in more than ten countries including:
- Kenya, Benin, Zambia, Ethiopia, Uganda
- Guatemala, Ecuador, Colombia
- Indonesia, Bangladesh, India