77. Sector Assessment Summary: Nigeria – USAID WASH Sector Status and Trends in Water and Development Strategy Priority Countries

This desk review for Nigeria was completed as part of the Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Sector Status and Trends assessments being conducted under USAID’s Quick Response Technical Assistance Task Order of the Integrated Water and Coastal Resources Management Indefinite Quantity Contract II (Water II IQC). The objective of the desk review is to document current conditions in the Nigeria WASH sector to inform future USAID programming decisions. The review presents the findings of a broad landscape analysis of the WASH sector based primarily on secondary sources and addresses key aspects of the sector, including a review of the financial, institutional, environmental, technical, and social considerations. It identifies important investments in WASH by the host country government, USAID, other donors, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), the private sector, and other stakeholders as appropriate, and identifies ongoing coordination, programming gaps, and opportunities for engagement with stakeholders for more strategic programming in each country. The desk review follows the WASH Sector Status and Trends Assessment Framework developed as a template for the various desk reviews that will be carried out under this work order. The primary audience for this desk review is USAID/Nigeria Mission. (Link)


Tetra Tech. 2015. Sector Assessment Summary: Nigeria – USAID WASH Sector Status and Trends in Water and Development Strategy Priority Countries. 85 p.

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