While the SWS project was supporting WASH systems in Ethiopia, network analysis evolved.
In Ethiopia, SWS has facilitated Learning Alliances comprised of institutions and organizations to improve water supply and sanitation in four communities.
LINC was recently awarded the USAID/Kenya and East Africa Evaluation, Assessments, and Analyses (KEA-EAA) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract.
Why are people part of learning networks? What attracts them to join in the first place, and what sustains their participation over time? And how can network facilitators create the conditions so that learning networks thrive?
This month, LINC team members traveled to Cleveland, OH to the annual American Evaluation Association…
USAID’s Sustainable WASH Systems (SWS) initiative brings together a consortium of researchers and practitioners to…
As part of the USAID-funded Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership, LINC and WaterSHED recently organized…
Learn about how LINC recently used a network analysis on the Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership
LINC’s Matt Guttentag shares takeaways from a recent workshop in Addis Ababa.
In Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, access to safe, sustainable sources of water is far from universal.