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Achieving Water Security

Lessons from research in water supply, sanitation, and hygiene in Ethiopia
Edited By Roger Calow,Eva Ludi,Josephine Tucker

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  • Synopsis
    Achieving water security remains an elusive goal yet the benefits of investing in water, sanitation and hygiene to achieve basic water security and alleviate poverty are clear. Households benefit through a range of livelihood impacts; economies benefit from greater economic activity and over the longer-term, households and economies benefit through greater resilience to climate change and shocks. So why are governments and their development partners struggling to meet water and sanitation targets? What factors make it difficult to sustain services at scale? And how can policies and plans for delivering and sustaining services for poor people be strengthened in the face of multiple pressures, including climate change? This book addresses these questions and draws conclusions for policy and practice, linking findings with current international debates on service delivery in rural areas. This book should be read by government agencies, donor organisations and NGOs, as well as academics and researchers in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector. Published in association with ODI.
  • Table of Contents
    Prelims (Foreword, by the Ethiopian Ministry of Water Resources and DFID )
    1. Introduction
    Roger Calow, Zemede Abebe and Alan Nicol
    2. Ethiopia’s water resources, policies, and institutions
    Eva Ludi, Bethel Terefe, Roger Calow and Gulilat Birhane
    3. WASH sector monitoring
    John Butterworth, Katharina Welle, Kristof Bostoen and Florian Schaefer
    4. Innovative approaches for extending access to water services: the potential of multiple-use water services and self-supply
    Marieke Adank, John Butterworth, Sally Sutton and Zemede Abebe
    5. Sanitation and hygiene promotion in rural communities: the Health Extension Programme
    Peter Newborne and Anu Liisanantti
    6. Sustainability of water services in Ethiopia
    Nathaniel Mason, Alan MacDonald, Sobona Mtisi, Israel Deneke Haylamicheal and Habtamu Abebe
    7. Water for livelihood resilience, food security, and poverty reduction
    Josephine Tucker, Zelalem Lema and Samson Eshetu Lemma
    8. Responding to climate variability and change: implications for planned adaptation
    Lindsey Jones, Lorraine Coulter, Million Getnet Gebreyes, Beneberu Shimelis Feleke, Naomi Oates, Leulseged Yirgu Gebreamlak and Josephine Tucker
    9. Policy and practice influence through research: critical reflections on RiPPLE’s approach
    Josephine Tucker, Ewen Le Borgne and Marialivia Iotti
  • Endorsements
    ‘Water security matters, and it matters most to the most vulnerable individuals, households, communities and nations. Ethiopia is home to many millions of people who are anything but water-secure. This publication shines a light on such people, and it provides numerous inter-disciplinary insights into the causes of water insecurity and into some of the measures which are needed to relieve that insecurity. There are too few research programmes of this type which focus on situations of real need in the world, and which grapple with the difficult issues associated with the relief of poverty and vulnerability. I warmly welcome this contribution to the literature, and hope that this work will inform the practices and policies of government and development partners in Ethiopia.’ Richard C. Carter, Visiting Professor, Cranfield University, UK

    ‘Consolidating these findings from the RiPPLE programme into a single volume to address water security in Ethiopia has generated an essential primer and benchmark in realizing domestic water supply and sanitation in Africa’s second most populous country. Being informed by five years of research and learning, this is a valuable insight into a critical dimension of Ethiopia’s future security.’Melvin Woodhouse, Associate Director, LTS International, UK

  • Details
    Sub Title Lessons from research in water supply, sanitation, and hygiene in Ethiopia
    Author No
    Editor Roger Calow,Eva Ludi,Josephine Tucker
    Number of Pages 224