Knowledge and technology sharing to effectively address water and sanitation challenges

In recent years, knowledge sharing has assumed the same level of importance as financial and technical assistance in the global development agenda (Janus and Karp, 2019). This is also the case when it comes to addressing water and sanitation challenges wherein the goal of achieving universal access to water can only be achieved if stakeholders from different sectors and different backgrounds come together in an inclusive way and find collective solutions to the challenge (See Box 4). The sharing of insights and learning from the experience of others is also important for enhancing the quality and efficiency of the formulation and implementation of water supply and sanitation initiatives. At the same time, enhancing capacities and competencies at all levels, including leveraging and building on traditional community knowledge, is crucial to effectively address water and sanitation challenges.

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