new report - water integrity global outlook - the integrity failures undermining service in informal settlements and the need to address regulation of sanitation services

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new report - water integrity global outlook - the integrity failures undermining service in informal settlements and the need to address regulation of sanitation services

38% of the urban population is without access safely managed sanitation. A large share of these people without adequate sanitation live in informal settlements. Failure to deliver services in informal settlements is a violation of human rights and a deep failure of integrity that reflects prejudice, data poverty (on population, service needs and service levels in informal settlements), insufficient transparency and mechanisms for residents to contact service providers, complain, or hold them to account.
The new WIGO2021 (Water Integrity Global Outlook) report looks at this issue and shows that to make cities resilient and to realise the human rights to water and sanitation for urban residents, we need to focus on water and sanitation integrity. It provides case studies and examples of how water sector stakeholders and local authorities can do that in practice.
Take a look at summary or full report with case studies here:
https://waterintegrity.net/wigo2021
Share your thoughts here on why integrity is specifically important for urban sanitation (we feel the governance challenges are specific and require a new approach but also that corruption risks and impact are underestimated) and share more examples of how we can practically build Transparency, Accountability, Participation or implement Anti-Corruption measures to build integrity in the sector.
We're setting up discussions with organisations on these topics and experiences and to present related integrity tools. Get in touch to do something together.
Water Integrity Network
www.waterintegritynetwork.net
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