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Thursday, October 02, 2008



Erle Frayne Argonza

Good morning from Manila!

An advocacy source book was recently released, produced by Wateraid. The book serves as guideline for advocacy action planning and related matters.

See this interesting piece below.

[03 October 2008, Quezon City, MetroManila. Thanks to Eldis database reports.]


The Advocacy SourcebookProduced by: Wateraid (2007)Over 1.1 billion people around the world do not have access to safe water and over 2.6 billion do not have access to safe sanitation. This sourcebook provides guidance for users in drawing up advocacy action plans that aim to improve the water supply and sanitation situation of the poorest people in the countries where they work. It is aimed at Wateraid staff and partner organisations but can be used by anyone interested in advocacy. An introduction is given to advocacy followed by step by step guidance on how to produce a water and sanitation advocacy project.

Sections include:
Water Aid and advocacy
  • Rooted advocacy
  • Planning for advocacy
  • Making advocacy happen
  • Advocacy actions
  • Monitoring and evaluation.

Examples of WaterAid and its partners' advocacy work in practice are provided throughout the sourcebook to inform and demonstrate what effective advocacy looks like. An advocacy toolkit is provided including tools, pro-formas, tables and diagramsAvailable online at: to list

1 comment:

Hazel Abundo said...

Nice info thanks, keep it up!