Collecting Most Significant Change Stories for the WASHTech project

As we pass the half-way point of the WASHTech project, we are starting to see the impact we are making in Ghana, Uganda and Burkina Faso.   But we hope that the WASHTech project will reach much wider.   To assess our progress, we are using the Most Significant Change methodology, which involves collecting stories of change that have been influenced by the WASHTech project.

The collection of stories is being lead by Alison Parker of Cranfield University.   She will be collecting stories at Stockholm World Water Week, as well as through telephone interviews.   If you have seen a change influenced by the WASHTech project and would be happy to share your story, please get in contact with Alison on a.parker@cranfield.ac.uk

About dietvorst

Information Specialist and Editor of E-Source, IRC, The Hague, The Netherlands
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