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Liberia joined SWA in 2010. According to the Pro-poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (2018-2023), the government aims to have equitable, safe, affordable and sustainable water supply and sanitation services for all Liberians. The government established a WASH Commission that will mobilize resources for water supply infrastructure including. The government also seeks to improve mutual accountability among sector actors through a One WASH Plan, which leads the efforts of mutual planning and program implementation within the WASH sector.

Commitments by partners

By July 2021, collaborate with the government of Liberia to ensure that all policies and laws protect the rights of persons living with disabilities and marginalized groups.
CSO WASH Network: Promote accountability and transparency through budget advocacy from June 2019 to July 2021.
By April 2020, collaborate with the WASH Commission and other stakeholders for the establishment of a special Human Rights Office within the Liberia WASH Commission to monitor and protect WASH-related human rights.
Mr. Amb Bobby Whitfield
Ministry of Public Works - Commissioner / Chairman & CEO National Water Sanitation and Hygiene Commission
Timothy Kpeh
Liberia CSO WASH network
Alex Kiembe
Global Communities


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Liberia - Collaborative Behaviour Country Profile
Liberia 2019 SMM Country Brief


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Making WASH a political and financial priority in a time of COVID-19

Making WASH a political and financial priority in a time of COVID-19

On 9 April, SWA organised a global webinar entitled “Making WASH a political and financial priority in the time of COVID-19”...
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