These briefs summarise 3ie-funded systematic reviews and provide main findings and implications for policy, programming and further research.
Using a life-cycle approach to target WASH policies and programmes in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa
Published: March 21, 2018
The brief summarises the findings of a systematic review of the effectiveness oftwo main approaches to targetting populations in programmes and policies to reduce barriers to accessing WASH services and strategies during the MDGs.The review includes evidence from 11 Sub-Saharan African and South Asian countries.
Watch the short video on key findings from the review.
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