What are collective action approaches anyway?

Dec. 19, 2019

Read full blog post here:​ https://enviroincentives.com/blog/4114/ We have observed a range of approaches used to address problems of coordination and collaboration among WASH stakeholders, donors, and implementers which often differ in the intensity of collaboration. The least intensive collaborations are informative platforms that simply improve the availability of information. Slightly...

The 'art' in partnerships

Feb. 5, 2019

You can’t do it alone, and government can’t do it alone. Strengthening a WASH system needs a whole partnership of actors working collectively, but what do partnerships need to work well? These partnerships bring together those that make the system controversial and complex in the first place – the agencies,...

Political Drivers, Including SDG Indicators, Directly Impact Sanitation Efforts on the Ground

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Urban Sheltering: Evidence on Rental Subsidies and Hosting

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Re-Envisioning Evacuation: Reducing Mortality Through Social Development and Community Sheltering

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Co-Creating Knowledge of Resilience Principles through Local Stories

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