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OECD guideline for Multi-Level Governance in Latin America and the Caribbean

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In the 2012 report “Water Governance in Latin American and Caribbean countries: A Multi-level-Approach”, OECD addressed the major co-ordination and capacity-building issues related to the design, regulation and implementation of water policies. It focused on three points: the role and responsibilities of public actors in water policy at central and sub-national levels, the governance challenges related to their interaction at horizontal and vertical levels, and the tools and strategies currently in use to enhance governance in the water sector.

One of the tools developed by OECD is the Multi-level Governance Framework, which provides governments with a reading template to identify main challenges, or “gaps” in water policy as well as possible policy responses. Thus, Seven gaps were categorized, whatever countries’ institutional settings and hydrological features: administrative gap, information gap, policy gap, capacity gap, funding gap, objective gap, and accountability gap

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OECD Multilevel Governance Framework:A tool for effective water governance

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In its report “Water governance in OECD Countries – A multi-level approach” OECD addressed the major co-ordination and capacity-building issues related to the design, regulation and implementation of water policies. It focused on three points: the role and responsibilities of public actors in water policy at central and sub-national levels, the governance challenges related to their interaction at horizontal and vertical levels, and the tools and strategies currently in use to enhance governance in the water sector. 

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MASS MEDIA AS A TOOL OF SOLVING WASH CHALLENGES OF THE URBAN AND RURAL POOR

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The crisis of lack of access to Water and Sanitation services, affects the poor most. Poor people residing in rural areas and especially in urban slums do not have access and public and private servie providers do not have plans to deliver services to poor areas.

Policy makers are seldom aware of the challenges being faced by the poor in accessing services, mainly because the voices of the poor are rarely heard in debates on problems and solutions on water issues.

To address this problem, WASH Journalists in the West Africa region where about 300million people lack access to WASH services, formed a regional network with the strategic objective of amplifying the voices of poor people on WASH issues and increase visibility of lack of access of the region’s poor to water and sanitation services, and generate discussions on practical, low cost, and people centred programmes to resolve this challenge.

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Citizen Initiative for Monitoring Water and Sanitation in Tuxtla Gutierrez

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The Citizen Initiative for Monitoring Water and Sanitation in Tuxtla Gutierrez is a social participation mechanism that facilitates water knowledge among citizens; it is a platform of information exchange based on people´s perception; it is a tool to evaluate the state of water and sanitation services while at the same time promoting people´s participation in monitoring activities.

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