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WSS - PRSP. Strengthening Design and Delivery of WSS Programmes under PRSPs. A collaborative research project WaterAid Malawi and ODI WSSPRSP workshop Kampala February 2004. Water sector status in PRSP. Consultative process identified water as a key issue but was not prioritised in PRSP

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wss prsp

WSS - PRSP

Strengthening Design and Delivery of WSS Programmes under PRSPs

A collaborative research project WaterAid Malawi and ODI

WSSPRSP workshop Kampala February 2004

water sector status in prsp
Water sector status in PRSP
  • Consultative process identified water as a key issue but was not prioritised in PRSP
  • Failure of stakeholders to champion sector
  • Sectoral priorities not sufficiently represented
  • Little sense of sectoral ownership over resulting PRSP
design capacity of decentralised government to plan
Design - Capacity of decentralised government to plan
  • Despite major sector reviews – progress in institutionalising reforms has been slow
  • Capacity for planning and co-ordination between line ministries remains weak
  • MoWD remains highly centralised
  • Sector stakeholders currently ill-equipped to take on new roles and responsibilities
  • Extensive capacity building and training required at different administrative levels
co ordination around district level plans
Co-ordination around District level plans
  • NGOs & Donors fail to inform district water authorities of their:
      • -project plans
      • -operational policies & guidelines
      • -Target areas
  • Practice is chaotic re gov. policy of demand responsive approach
  • Different providers have different expectations from communities, which can be confusing
why poor sustainability
Why poor sustainability?
  • The surface reasons -
  • Financial management within the community
  • Lack of access to technical skills
  • Spare parts availability
  • The deeper reasons –
      • Lack of demand
      • Lack of ownership
      • Lack of ‘leadership’
      • Dependency
why the inequity
Why the inequity?
  • No co-ordination between actors
  • Weak lower levels of government
  • Passive attitude within District Assembly
  • NGO’s feel accountable to donors - rush
  • Politics : favouritisms and dependency
  • Cultural blockages and poor leadership
  • Waiting, waiting, waiting, waiting
  • Uncontrolled drillers + bad advice
  • Alleged corruption
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