Nov 17th: Guidelines for Resolution of Problems with Water Systems

On average, 40% of water systems in developing countries fail, and this rate has remained about the same for the past decade. Resolution is the process of addressing problems with water systems. Such problems are often identified during monitoring or evaluation after a project. Resolution reflects the concept that the organizations that are made aware that water systems or toilets they built aren’t working are responsible for doing something.

Join us for a Brown-Bag Lunch (BBL) session at the OpenGov Hub with Susan Davis of Improve International who will present the case for resolution and the recently launched Guidelines for Resolution of Problems with Water Systems. Susan will also describe some of the methods that organizations are currently using to resolve problems with water systems.

John Sauer of Water For People will moderate the discussion.

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As it's a BBL, feel free to bring your lunch with you.

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