CHANGING LIVES THROUGH INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIPS
SAWRP is delivered by a diverse group of NGOs, private sector actors and academic institutions, each bringing valuable skills and experience to the partnership. Led by Plan International UK, the first phase of the programme was delivered in partnership with WaterAid, Unilever, Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) and Plan International.
Each organisation worked through national partner NGOs and local government institutions in Pakistan and Bangladesh and in close collaboration with other relevant local, regional and national government stakeholders. Ipsos MORI and Loughborough University (WEDC) supported the monitoring, verification and evaluation components of the programme.
The second phase of the programme in Bangladesh, again led by Plan International UK, is being implemented by WaterAid and Plan International with national partner NGOs and local government institutions, with Ipsos MORI and Loughborough University (WEDC) continuing to support the monitoring, verification and evaluation components.
SAWRP: Phase 1 impact
279,417 peoplegained access to clean water
1,940,847 peoplegained access to improved sanitation
7,121,559 people were reached through our hygiene campaigns
Both phases of SAWRP are funded by the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID) under the multi-country DFID WASH Results Programme. The first phase contributed towards the UK Government’s target of reaching 60 million people with WASH initiatives to contribute towards the Millennium Development Goal 7, 'Ensuring environmental sustainability', by 2015.
Our highlights from the South Asia WASH Results Programme and beyond.
Highlights from the WEDC Conference.
Our reflections from the 2018 International Social and Behaviour Change Communication Summit.
Updates from WEDC from our WASH Programme Specialist, Mimi Coutlas.