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Sector Financing
SDG Costing Tool

WASH SDG Costing Tool

Year of publication:
2020
The WASH SDG Costing Tool can be used by countries that would like to calculate the investments needed to fulfill the SDG targets as well as the financing gap.
The Tool comprises a spreadsheet, accompanied by easy-to-use guidelines available for download in PDF.
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Crosscutting Areas
Understanding and addressing equality, non-discrimination and inclusion in water, sanitation and hygiene work

Understanding and addressing equality, non-discrimination and inclusion in water, sanitation and hygiene work

Year of publication:
2018
This toolkit gives practical guidance and support on reducing inequalities in WASH programme and advocacy work. It is primarily geared toward WaterAid staff and partners, but many of the principles and activities are equally relevant to other those working in other sectors of development.

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Institutional Arrangements
Realising the Human Rights to Water and Sanitation: A Handbook

Realising the Human Rights to Water and Sanitation: A Handbook

Year of publication:
2014
This Handbook gives guidance on the implementation of the human rights to water and sanitation as defined by the international human rights legal framework. The main target audiences include governments at all levels, donors and national regulatory bodies, however, it provides information that will also be useful to civil society, service providers and human rights organisations.

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Sector Policy/Strategy
WASH Bottleneck Analysis Tool

WASH Bottleneck Analysis Tool (WASH BAT)

Year of publication:
2011
WASH BAT has been designed as a sector tool for use by governments and development partners for WASH sector strengthening. It enables a systematic identification of factors (or “bottlenecks”) that prevent achievement of sustainable service delivery within national or subnational WASH targets and helps stakeholders to define activities aimed at removing the root causes of these bottlenecks.

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