The Citywide Inclusive Sanitation Monitoring, Learning, and Evidence (CWIS-MLE) Platform
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Citywide Inclusive Sanitation (CWIS) initiative provides direct support to eight cities across Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia that are redesigning their urban sanitation service systems with a CWIS approach, with the aim of advancing safe, equitable, and sustained services across each city. As part of this initiative, Athena Infonomics developed a Monitoring, Learning, and Evidence (CWIS-MLE) program to share progress in these eight cities, and to capture and communicate good practices, insights, and tools from the cities to facilitate a “learning and sharing while doing” approach among cities and for the sector. A web-based platform was created to showcase results from the program and serve as a resource center for cities interested in learning about different intervention pathways attempted by these cities.
to learn more about the CWIS-MLE platform.