Water+ 2021 Retrospective Report - CARE

Water+ 2021 Retrospective Report

CARE’s Water+ 2021 Retrospective Report highlights a selection of lessons learned from programs demonstrating WASH systems approaches – and CARE’s work to strengthen conditions and capacities for governance, accountability, investment, monitoring and learning that are essential to successfully sustaining WASH services. This report includes five briefs which represent a small fraction of the work CARE did in water+ in 2021.

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