The Sierra Leone WASH Sector Learning Partnership is a voluntary group of eight organisations implementing WASH activities across the country. We are Action Aid Sierra Leone, Fourah Bay College, Freetown WASH Consortium, STEWARD, WASH-Net, WaterAid Sierra Leone, Welt Hunger Hilfe and World Vision.

  • We are Action Aid Sierra Leone, Fourah Bay College, Freetown WASH Consortium, STEWARD, WASH-Net, WaterAid Sierra Leone, Welt Hunger Hilfe and World Vision.

 

We have combined to promote the exchange and sharing of experience, knowledge and information between ourselves and more widely in the sector in order to learn from successes and failures, and to inform follow up and subsequent action.  We work within the Sector Learning Policy and Framework established by the Ministry of Water Resources in partnership with the Ministry of Health and Sanitation.

Background

Useful background documents on Sierra Leone’s Sector Learning (2XSL) are:
•    WASH Sector Learning Policy Statement
•    The Current Status and Options for Institutionalising WASH Sector Learning in Sierra Leone
•    Framework for Institutionalisation WASH sector learning in Sierra Leone

Contribute to sector learning

However, you do not have to be a Partner in order to contribute to Sector Learning. If your organisation has experiences to share, you can use the 2XSL Template to document the learning and send to us via the contact us link. You can download the 2XSL Template here.

Monthly events

We also hold a Sector Learning Event on the last Friday of every month from 1600 to 1700 with refreshments following, which anyone who wants to share lessons learned can attend or present. The venue rotates between the Partners so for more details please contact us.

Join our partnership

The Partnership welcomes interested organisations working in Sierra Leone, from public, NGO, and private sectors. We do require some commitment of funds, resources and time from Organisations if you wish to join the Partnership. If interested in becoming a partner please contact us.