Africa, Analysis, Case - Good Practice, Home, Regulation, Research, Zambia,

Strengthening Urban Sanitation Regulation to Expand and Sustain Services

A new research report examines urban sanitation in Lusaka, Zambia, with a focus on integrity, corruption risks and the capacity, strengths and weakness of the regulatory framework to deal with these risks. It bridges a critical gap in research on integrity in sanitation governance, highlighting new ways to strengthen the regulatory framework and ensure effectiveness of WASH systems.


Asia, Assessment - Monitoring, Bangladesh, Case - Good Practice, Home, Social Accountability,

Hitting the Road in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is one of WIN’s focus country where, for the past seven years, we have been engaging with various partners […]


Analysis, Case - Good Practice, Civil Society Organization, Global, Home, Policy - Oversight, Policy - Regulation, Post, Stakeholder Engagement, User & Customer Relations - Service Delivery,

Involving Citizens in Policy Making for Urban Sanitation

How participatory and transparent wastewater governance can make a difference – guest post by Jean-Marie Ily of GRET