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The WASH Factor: Oxfam’s experiences with humanitarian coordination for water, sanitation, and health 

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Keywords

Water, Sanitation & Hygiene
Interviews
Oxfam International
Emergencies
Case Study
Humanitarian

Region

Global

Country

Palestinian Territory - Occupied, Philippines, Zimbabwe, Congo - Democratic Republic Of The

Date

24 February 10

Author

Aimee Ansari and Bethan Montague-Brown

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In the humanitarian coordination system of ‘clusters’, the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) cluster is widely acknowledged to be among the best functioning. This research focused on evidence of improved humanitarian response from the WASH cluster and what helps or hinders improvement. (2010)

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