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How water, sanitation and hygiene programmes can contribute to peace- and state-building

2013 Available in English

Women from a community in South Sudan return home after collecting water.

Women from a community in South Sudan return home after collecting water. Photo: Layton Thompson/Tearfund

Both water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and peace- and state-building outcomes must become explicit objectives or dynamics to be monitored within service delivery.

This integrated approach can support the sustainability and resilience of WASH service provision.

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