Learning platforms in the sector

Decentralization of services started in 1995 in Uganda and in 2002 the ministry of water and environment adopted the sector wide approach to planning to achieve effectiveness and efficiency in program implementation. The implication was that sector actors needed to achieve better coordination and harmonization and several platforms were established to make this a reality. However, the opportunity of multi-stakeholder reflection to improve action was utilized on a very small extent. NETWAS Uganda in partnership with IRC and other sector actors have since 2007 been at the forefront of promoting structured learning in the water and sanitation sector in Uganda at different levels through use of multi-stakeholder processes. Read More