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GWI WA M&E methodology: set of learning tools

GWI was initially conceived as a ten year programme and IIED, working with IWEL, developed a Monitoring and Evaluation strategy with two components. Firstly a results-based approach to monitoring the delivery of 11 programme outcomes by 2017 using standardised regional data, starting from baselines established in 2009 and 2010. Secondly an internal process of learning, sharing and communicating lessons and experience within project teams across the region, and with other local and national actors. In addition national teams applied KAP surveys (knowledge, attitude and practice on hygiene issues) for local monitoring. The datasets stop in 2012 following donor reorientation of GWI objectives.

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Agriculture in large-scale rice irrigation schemes needs to be made to work for both the state, in terms of economic returns and national food security, and for the smallholders whose livelihoods depend on it. When it comes to the development of new dams and large-scale irrigation, more information is needed about their economic viability and how the water, land, and economic benefits can be shared equitably to support local development.

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