The Nakuru Accord: Failing Better in the WASH Sector

15 May 2020

Things can, and do, go wrong in water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). Transparency and accountability are necessary for achieving sustainable, positive impacts.

In July 2018, an event at the Water Engineering Development Centre (WEDC) Conference in Nakuru, Kenya, Blunders, Bloopers and Foul-ups: A WASH Game Show, inspired a call for WASH professionals to publicly commit to sharing their failures and learning from one another.

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PublisherThe University of Leeds
ApproachesLearning approaches, Learning from failure

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