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WOPs´ monitoring. What for? And How?

6 speakers

About the session

Languages: EN, FR, SP

The topic of results monitoring will be briefly introduced, and key questions will be raised about common practice in WOPs monitoring so far. Several WOP practitioners will then take the floor in the form of two roundtables. The first one will focus mostly on the Why question. Why Monitoring? What is the main purpose? The second one will focus on the How question. How do WOP practitioners monitor? What indicators do they monitor? Who conducts the data collection and reporting? How frequently? As part of this second part speakers will present their own experiences, methodologies, lessons learned for future approaches to WOPs´ monitoring. These presentations will be followed by an open discussion.

Agenda :
Welcome and hand over to moderator
Ms. María Pascual, GWOPA programme officer

Introduction to the session

Dr. Giuliana Ferrero, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Consultant

A brief introduction to WOPs monitoring and reporting practice

Ms. María Pascual, GWOPA programme officer

Roundtable on Why monitoring and reporting ? What for?

Mr. Carl Kamstra- Resident Project Manager in the PEWUP (Performance Enhancement Water Utilities) in the Philippines

Ms. Anke Verheij - WaterWorX WOP Programme coordinator

Dr. Jeanne Cole, Water Operator Partnerships´ advisor

Ms. Maria Pascual, Programme Officer at GWOPA

Pooling exercise- audience

Experiences from WOP practitioners on How is WOPs monitoring and reporting taking place? What are the lessons learned? How can we incorporate them into our future WOP monitoring systems?

Mr. Carl Kamstra- VEI, knowledge consolidation self-assessment methodology guiding the partnership
Ms. Anke Verheij - WaterWorX MEL Learnings from Phase I (2017-2021) and new approach for Phase II (2022-2026)

-5 min coffee break-

Dr. Jeanne Cole, Water Aid, Key lessons learned from monitoring practices in WaterAid WOPs
Ms. Maria Pascual, key elements of GWOPA´s proposed WOP’s results framework

Open discussion Q&A audience

Wrap up and closing