Understanding the Relationship between Government and BRAC in Implementing WASH Programme
AbstractTo explore the relationship between government and BRAC in the implementation of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programme this qualitative research was undertaken. This involved purposive sampling of programme sites for conducting semi-structured focus group discussions. The government and BRAC staff were interviewed at different locations to find out different dimensions of relationship. [BRAC-RED WP No. 2]
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BRAC; WASH; water; sanitation; hygiene; focus group discussions; relationship; qualitative research; safe water; underprivileged groups; Bangladesh;
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