Development of a Governance Assessment Tool for the Water Sector Trust Fund (WSTF) in Kenya
Capacity Development for the Palestinian Water Sector Reform
Palestinian Water Authority
Price Waterhouse Coopers
Effective, efficient and sustainable water management needs a conducive framework, especially in the highly politicised context in Palestine.
The TPAT II programme was designed to assist the Palestinian Water Authority (PWA) in:
Between 2015 and 2017, we worked closely with the Palestinian Water Authority and consulted with a broad range of water sector stakeholders to facilitate the development of a ‘Policy and a Strategy on Capacity Development of the Water Sector’ and led a work package to develop structured work plans for the water sector reform. Our services included:
Co-create and design
Engagement with knowledge institutions, the regulator, different departments of PWA, municipalities and NGOs to analyse support offers and capacity gaps.
Design of workshops that provided a structured process for participation. These were highly appreciated by participants and allowed to come to an agreeable result on time – something that is not typical in sector reform processes.
For us, work plans are a means, not an end. Therefore, supporting the planning of the sector reform naturally also comprised efforts to develop capacities within the responsible department of PWA to monitor progress and continuously adapt the work plans.