Water access, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions can be some of the most impactful and cost-effective strategies to alleviate suffering, share the gospel, and provide essential building blocks for community development in the Majority World. However, not all WASH development practices are created equal; some yield more effective and sustainable results than others. This white paper provides criteria and questions that will help you evaluate a WASH program’s chances for real and lasting impact.
“The best WASH programs also realize that this investment in a community’s ability to manage its own WASH facilities and sustain sanitation standards equips them with the tools to address other areas of need such as education or a clinic or a road.”
How to Identify High Quality WASH Programs