On Formulation of WASH Plan of Rural Municipality/Municipality in Nepal

Published on: 2019-04-16


1. Background :  Water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH) sector in Nepal is dynamic, and in transition with the enactment of a new Constitution in 2015. Nepal is now one of the few countries in the world where citizens’ access to safe water and sanitation services and the right to live in a healthy and clean environment have been explicitly mentioned as the fundamental human rights in the new Constitution. Triggered by the need for reforms in the sector, the Government of Nepal (GoN) has been providing unrelenting "political will” and leadership to improve sector governance, responsiveness and accountability. It aims at ensuring safe, sufficient, accessible, acceptable, and affordable water and sanitation services for the people. These five core attributes are seen to define the quality of WaSH services available to the people.   Full TOR -> Revised Final TOR blended for WASH plan by KIRDARC UNICEF