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References used to develop the Resolution Guidelines

Resolution is the process of addressing problems identified through monitoring and/or evaluation. The term reflects the concept that NGOs have responsibility to respond when finding water systems that are non-functional or need major repair.

References used to develop the “Guidelines for Resolution of Problems with Water Systems” are provided below in the interest of encouraging further learning.

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AEMA Development Consultants, 2013. External End of Project Evaluation of the Food Security Project Supported by the Japanese Government and Implemented by IFRC & ZRCS. Zimbabwe Red Cross / IFRC.

Aliprantis Dionissi, 2012. CommunityBased Well Maintenance in Rural Haiti. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.

AVINA, 2011. Diálogos por el Agua: Sistematización de 4 foros de escucha con las juntas de saneamiento del Paraguay.

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Baumann Erich and Danert Kristen, 2008. Operation and Maintenance of Rural Water Supplies in Malawi: Study Findings

Beyene Habtamu, 2012. Factors Affecting the Sustainability of Rural Water Supply Systems: the Case of Mecha Woreda, Amhara Region, Ethiopia. A project paper Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School Cornell University.

Bliss Katherine E. and Fisher Matt, 2013. Water and Sanitation in the Time of Cholera: Sustaining Progress on Water, Sanitation, and Health in Haiti. CSIS.

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Burt Murray and Keiru Bilha Joy, 2011. Strengthening postconflict peacebuilding through community waterresource management: case studies from Democratic Republic of Congo, Afghanistan and Liberia [Journal] // Water International. Vol. 36:2. pp. 232-241.

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Casey Katherine, Glennerster Rachel and Miguel Edward, 2011. The GoBifo Project Evaluation Report: Assessing the Impacts of Community-Driven Development in Sierra Leone. 3ie.

charity:water, 2009. 58,345 Hours For Clean Water [Online]. Accessed: February 28, 2014.

Cotton Andrew, 2011. WaterAid in Mozambique: Country Programme Evaluation. WaterAid.

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Cranfield University, AguaConsult and IRC, 2006. Landscaping and Review of Approaches and Technologies for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Cuppens Arnoud, Smets Ilse and Wyseure Guido, 2012. Identifying sustainable rehabilitation strategies for urban wastewater systems: A retrospective and interdisciplinary approach. Case study of Coronel Oviedo, Paraguay [Journal] // Journal of Environmental Management. Vol. 114. pp. 423-432.

Davis Susan, Pocosangre Adan and Hicks Paul, 2014. Six Factors for Improving Rural Water Services in Central America. Global Water Initiative.

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Ethiopia Ministry of Water Resources, 2002. Water Sector Development Program: Main Report Volume II.

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Evans, Phil and Appleton, Brian,                1993. Community Management Today: The Role of Communities in the Management of Improved Water Supply Systems. IRC.

FCG International, 2013. Nepal Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Study: Modalities of Service Delivery, their Features and Options to Efficiently Increase Access and Sustainability/Presented to the Study Review Committee and the World Bank.

Ferguson A. E. and Mulwafu W. O., 2001. Decentralization, Participation and Access to Water Resources in Malawi. Madison, Wisconsin: BASIS Management Entity.

Fisher Julie, 2005. Operation and Maintenance for Rural Water Service: Sustainable Solutions. WELL Resource Center.

Foster Tim, 2013. Predictors of Sustainability for CommunityManaged Handpumps in SubSaharan Africa: Evidence from Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Uganda [Journal] // Environmental Science & Technology. Vol. 47. p. 12037−12046.

Foster Tim, 2012. Private Sector Provision of Rural Water Services: A Desk Study for Water For People. Water For People.

Fuentealba R., 2011. Sostenibilidad en sistemas de agua potable rural en Chile [Article] // Semana Sectorial del Agua del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo. Santiago de Chile:InterAmerican Development Bank.

Furey Sean, 2013. RWSN Handpump Survey 2013: Summary of Findings.

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Gibson Jim, 2010. Operation and maintenance costs of rural water supply schemes in South Africa [Conference]. The Hague, Netherlands:IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.

Golooba-Mutebi Frederick, 2012. In Search of the Right Formula: Public, Private and CommunityDriven Provision of Safe Water in Rwanda and Uganda [Journal] // Public administration and development. Vol. 32. pp. 440443.

Government of the Republic of Liberia, 2014. Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) Sector Performance Report 2013.

Guest Greg, Bunce Arwen and Johnson Laura, 2006. How Many Interviews Are Enough? An Experiment with Data Saturation and Variability [Journal]. Sage Publications. Vol. 18. pp. 5982.

HanyaniMlambo, B.T.; Mukorera, Odreck, 2013.External End of Project Evaluation of the Food Security Project Supported by the Japanese Government and Implemented by IFRC & ZRCS.

Harvey P. A., Ikumi P. N. and Mutethia D. K., 2003. Sustainable Handpump Projects in Africa: Report on Fieldwork in Kenya. WEDC.

Harvey P.A., 2005. Operation and Maintenance for Rural Water Services: Sustainable solutions. Background report for WELL Briefing Note 15. WELL Resource Centre.

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IRC, 1993. Community Management Today: The Role of Communities in the Management of Improved Water Supply Systems. The Hague.

Jansz Shamila, 2011. A study into rural water supply sustainability in Niassa province, Mozambique. WaterAid.

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Jones Stephen, 2013. Sharing the recurrent costs of rural water services in four municipalities supported by WaterAid in Mali [Journal] // Waterlines. October. 4:Vol. 32. pp. 295-307.

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Lockwood Harold and Le Gouais Anna, 2011. Professionalising community-based management for rural water services. The Hague:IRC Water and Sanitation Centre.

Lockwood Harold, 2013. Fixing the Sector, Not Just the Pump. Water Services That Last.

Lockwood Harold, 2013. Sustainability Index of WASH Interventions: Global Findings and Lessons Learned. USAID & Rotary International.

Lockwood Harold, Bakalian Alex and Wakeman Wendy, 2003. Assessing Sustainability in Rural Water Supply: the Role of Follow-up Support to Communities.

López M.A, 2011. Honduras: Abastecimiento de agua en zonas rurales; Experiencias en la prestación de servicios. The Hague: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.

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Maoulidi Moumié, 2010. A Water and Sanitation Needs Assessment for Kisumu City, Kenya. MCI Social Sector Working Paper Series N° 12/2010.

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MEME – Ministère de l’Energie, des Mines et de l’Eau and DNH – Direction Nationale de l’Hydraulique, 2009. Strategie de Maintenance des Infrastructures D’Eau Potable, Rapport D’Orientation. Mali.

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Mugumya Firminus, 2013. Enabling Community-Based Water Management Systems: Governance and Sustainability of Rural Pointwater Facilities in Uganda:Thesis Submitted for the Award of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy / School of Law and Government; Dublin City University.

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