To see all Ethiopians attain sustainable water and food security/nutrition and live in a clean, healthy and resilient environment that furnishes adequete human dignity.Our key hypothesis is that:
Financing and delivery of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WaSH) that is more equitable and sustainable will improve human security and contribute significantly to pro-poor growth through linkages to assets, income and health.
The overarching thematic focus of RiPPLE is on ensuring that flows of finance for WaSH services achieve pro-poor outcomes in Ethiopia.
Our overall strategic objectives are:
- To create research structures and processes that enable effective collaboration across all partner institutions and with key stakeholders;
- To establish a set of research programme activities that lead to strengthened sector financing approaches and the delivery of Water Supply and Sanitation (WSS) services that maximise opportunities for pro-poor growth;
- To build long-term approaches to training and capacity building that reinforce research capacity development in Ethiopia and the Nile region.
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