The National Decentralisation Policy serves as a guide to the Government and key actors in implementing, strengthening and deepening decentralisation in Sierra Leone. The present decentralisation process is principled on the concept that semi-autonomous entities are better placed to address the immediate needs in their various localities than the central Government. Decentralisation has moved a long way since its introduction in May 2004. This document aims to further enhance coordination, improve service delivery, facilitate a well coordinated revenue generation between traditional authorities and local councils, and improve accountability and transparency which is the hallmark of Sierra Leone’s decentralisation.… Read More


About      This paper outlines the findings of an independent evaluation of two projects, i) on appropriate and innovative WASH selfsupply technologies, implemented by Welthungerhilfe and ii) the development of a strategy to accelerate household investment in improved water self-supply, implemented by WaterAid. Funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) through the WASH Facility Sierra… Read More


About   Study to provide an understanding of overall sector governance, institutions and decision making which make use of wash costs. Author  IRC/WASHCost project (Peter Burr) Year      2013   Download PDF here… Read More