Latest publications - Senegal
These 3 documents are sample agreements initiated by GWI for the management and protection of natural water resources in the Ndoga Babacar municipality of Senegal’s Tambacounda region.
GWI asked experts in IWRM from the 2IE Engineering Institute to visit all four project sites and to evaluate the approach and experience on IWRM that GWI was promoting with local partners.
GWI was initially conceived as a ten year programme and IIED, working with IWEL, developed a Monitoring and Evaluation strategy with two components.
GWI Senegal surveyed its project area near Tambacounda, Senegal in 2010 to establish the baseline for the long term M&E indicators. This report describes the project area, the sampling methods the data gathered and the challenges encountered.
GWI helped build appropriate, strong, low-cost latrines. This illustrated manual is aimed at community sanitation mobilisers and villagers already motivated to build their own latrines, and it is best used alongside CLTS.
In 2008 GWI began a sustainable sanitation project in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Mali, Niger and Senegal.
In order for a community to monitor the construction of a water supply, they must first understand the necessary principles of engineering.
This concise and accessible GWI guide clearly outlines the steps required before, during and after the construction of water points, which must all be completed before the management of the water points is transferred to the community.
Water users require a mechanism for holding contractors to account in the construction of water points.