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Independent Monitoring and Verification Services for Sanitation, Water and Hygiene for the Rural Poor (ASWA II), UNICEF Component

2018; UNICEF; DFID; Bangladesh; Burma (Myanmar); Cambodia; Eritrea; Haiti; Madagascar; Nepal; Niger; Pakistan; South Sudan
Accelerating Sanitation, Hygiene and Water for All (ASWA II) is a DFID-funded programme that aims to achieve sustained access to basic sanitation and safe water supplies, as well as the long-term adoption of hygiene practices, across 10 focus countries (Bangladesh, Burma, Cambodia, Eritrea, Haiti, Madagascar, Nepal, Niger, Pakistan and South Sudan).

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