As part of the overall Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Support Programme to the Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL), DFID established a £5 Million fund which was managed by Adam Smith International (ASI) to provide small grants of up to £200,000 on a competitive basis to applicants including public, private, research, non-profit organisations and United Nations agencies. This fund, called the Wash Facility (WF) had the overall purpose to help to catalyse change in the WASH sector in line with the National Water and Sanitation Policy (NWSP). This report represents the findings of an evaluation of the WF. The evaluation looked at the 36 projects funded by the Facility and implemented up through July 2014. The evaluation also looked at the overall Facility portfolio, considering the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, sustainability and value for money.This report represents the findings of an evaluation of the Sierra Leone WASH Facility Fund. The evaluation looked at the 36 projects funded by the Facility and implemented up through July 2014.
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