National Level Learning Alliance Platform (NLLAP)

National Level Learning Alliance Platform (NLLAP)

The NLLAP is a WASH sector multi stakeholder platform with the overall goal of improving sector learning and dialogue. It is hosted by the Ghana WASH Resource Centre Network (RCN). The platform offers learning and sharing opportunity for sector players as one of the practical approaches to improving sector engagements/sharing with the long term aim of achieving a knowledge driven WASH sector that delivers quality and sustainable services in Ghana. NLLAP meetings are organized and facilitated by the Ghana WASH Resource Centre Network (RCN), and take place on the last Thursday of every month. They are open to all interested parties. The discussions of each NLLAP meeting are summarized and shared with the wider WASH community in the form of a communiqué after the meeting. The topics of upcoming meetings are decided on by the RCN secretariat.

13th NNLAP Lifecycle cost appraoch

 The WASHCost project shared key  findings and discussed the next steps to use cost data in planning proecesses in the sector.The Resource Centre Network Ghana (RCNG and  MWRWH co-ordianted the learning and sharing meeting. Which took place at the coconut Grove regency HotelA accra At 9:00 am on Thursday, 27th January, 2011.

12 NLLAP. Highlights of the revised Environmental Sanitation Policy and the strategic Action plans.

The twelveth National learning alliance platform took palce at the Coconut Groove Regency Hotel, Accra. On the theme "Highlights on the revised Sanitation policy and the strategic action plans." The Ministry of local government and rural development, Directorate of Environmental Health led the discussion side by side with the Community Water and Sanitation Agency.

11th NLLAP (Sustainability of rural water supply)

The eleventh National Leavel Learning Alliance Platform (NLLAP) took place on the 11th Novermber 2010 at the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel. On the theme "Sustainability of rural water services: looking back to inform our way forward". The Triple-s team lead the discussion in which sustainability indicators were presented for validation. 

10th NLLAP WASH sector financing and tariff setting are mutually dependent

The Tenth NLLAP took place on Thursday August 26, 2010 under the chairmanship of Nii Okai Kotei, Director of Water at the Public Utility Regulatory Committee at the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel, Accra. The meeting was on the theme, “WASH Sector Financing and Tariff Setting in Ghana”. The Public Utility Regulatory Commission (PURC) presented its tariff setting procedure.

9th NLLAP ( Communities and Schools: lessons from India)

The ninth National level learning Alliance platform (9 NLLAP) took place on Thursday July 29, 2010 on the theme "Water Supply and Sanitation in communities and schools; Lessons from India'' A team of four UNICEF colleleagues shared experiences learnt from India. On this page you access WASH reflections and the presentations.

8th NLLAP (Management models for Water supply in Ghana)

The 8th National Level Learning Alliance Platform (NLLAP) took place the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel in Accra on June 30, 2010 on the theme Management Models for Peri Urban and Small Towns Water Supply in Ghana. The Tripartite Partnership (TPP) Project shared their findings with the wider sector stakeholders. Attached are the presentations that were made.

7th NLLAP (Sanitation Bazaar: National Sanitation Policy vs MDGs )

The 7th National Level Learning Alliance Platform (NLLAP) took place the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel in Accra on June 4, 2010 on the theme Sanitation Bazaar: National Sanitation Policy vs MDGs.

6th NLLAP (The Data Puzzle in Ghana's WASH sector: causes and way forward)

The sixth National Level Learning Alliance platform (NLLAP) took place on Thursday 29th April 2010 on the theme, “ The Data Puzzle in Ghana’s WASH Sector: Causes and way forward .

5th NLLAP (The context Analysis of the WASH sector in Ghana)

The fifth National Level Learning Alliance platform (NLLAP) took place on Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th April 2010  on the theme, “ The Context Analysis of the WASH Sector in Ghana .

4th NLLAP (Sustainable Rural Water services at scale)

The fourth National Level Learning Alliance platform (NLLAP) took place on Thursday 4th March 2010 on the theme, “ Sustainable Rural Water Services at Scale .

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