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Knowledge management

Network for Water and Sanitation Uganda.
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Network for Water and Sanitation Uganda.
Network for Water & Sanitation Uganda.
Network for Water and Sanitation Uganda.
Network for Water & Sanitation Uganda.
Network for Water and Sanitation Uganda.
Network for Water & Sanitation Uganda.

Knowledge management

Netwas is involved in many networking sector activities at the national, regional and international levels. At the national level, Netwas continues to maintain close links with sector actors through national coordination and networking forums. At the regional level, Netwas organises and has held Regional learning forums annually, which brings together sector actors in Northern and Rwenzori region to discuss important topical issues in the sector. The themes usually cover one or more of the sector current issues and are solicited from the various stakeholders and reviewed by Netwas Uganda to line them up with global sector trends.

Netwas also operates a well-established Documentation Resource Centre. The Documentation Centre continues to be a landmark that distinguishes Netwas Uganda from other sector non-governmental organisations. The Centre is not only a library, but it is a proactive Reference Centre that reaches out to the users of information in the sector through:

  • Provision of library user services
  • Publication of monthly Bibliographic Briefs, disseminated by regular mail and email
  • Publication of Water and Sanitation Update, produced regularly. This is disseminated through regular mail, email and on the Netwas website

NETWAS also generates knowledge to facilitate learning and ensure informed decision making in the sector.  To this end NETWAS initiated and will continue with facilitating learning platforms and journeys to foster information sharing and learning at all levels.

 

Rwizi Learning Brief

This learning brief focuses on the lessons from Rwizi Catchment and makes explicit the learning potential of the Catchment management planning based on the personal reflections of delegates from Agago sub-catchment who took part in four days learning visit in 2020.

The learning notes promote the sharing of experiences from innovations within the UWA WASH SDG Subprogramme.

Here attached is the Rwizi Learning Brief newsletter.

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