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Development Partners

ISCs Engagement with Development Partners

Development Partners play a pivotal role in the sector, supporting government through demonstration

Development Partners play a pivotal role in the sector, supporting government through demonstration and innovation in their development initiatives. Through on the ground implementation, policy advocacy or funding, development partners carry the mantle of direct delivery in the sector. Their strengths lie in their expertise, capacity, and knowledge.

Role of Development Partners in Sanitation
  • Advocacy and communication, community outreach 
  • Technical assistance and training, capacity building 
  • Demonstration and innovation 
  • Repositories of experience, information, and best practices
  • Research, monitoring, and evaluation
 
Benefits of engaging with ISC
  • Sanitation Sector Intelligence through knowledge management and access to information
  • Mapping of stakeholders across sector, access to networks including donors and funders
  • A platform where government, civil society, and corporates to come together, plan and work in a coherent manner
  • Facilitating partnerships and collaborations
  • Opportunity to disseminate knowledge at highest level amongst various stakeholders working in the sanitation space
  • Ability to impact policy and practice
 

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