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Mapping and Monitoring WASH Facilities: Integrating mobile data collection and GIS tools for better monitoring in Tanzania

Mapping and Monitoring WASH Facilities: Integrating mobile data collection and GIS tools for better monitoring in Tanzania
8 pages

Authors
Agung, Hillman

Publication date
12 Sep 2017

DOI
10.21201/2017.0742

ISBN
978-1-78748-074-2

Publisher
Oxfam

Type
Case study

Oxfam has been piloting the combined use of mobile data collection and geographic information systems (GIS) tools to better monitor water, sanitation and hygiene facilities as part of its work to support Burundian refugees in Tanzania. This case study describes how, as well as building capacity among staff, the pilot enabled the generation of timely and accurate data to support programme activities.

See also the GIS case study on South Sudan.

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