Title: Benefit Monitoring Evaluation of the Eight Small Towns Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Project

Abstract: The Department of Water Supply and Sanitation (DWSS) had implemented water supply and sanitation programs in 29 small towns of Nepal with the aim of enhancing the quality of life of the people and reducing poverty through improved water supply and sanitation facilities, provision of health and hygiene education programs, and promotion of community-based water quality monitoring conditions. This Benefit, Monitoring and Evaluation (BME) study done in eight emerging towns (Attariya, Bandipur, Beni, Khairenitar, Parsa, Prithivinarayan, Ratnanagar and Surunga) had as its objective assessing how far the targeted population has succeeded in achieving the actual benefits utilizing qualitative and quantitative indicators. The study focuses on four specific areas, namely service delivery results and activities; institutional support results and activities; integration of cross-cutting issues like gender, environment and appropriate technology; and analysis of the coverage and benefits.

Sponsored by : STWSSSP/PMO/DWSS. November 2008. 178p. Availability : Photocopy. 

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