Nepal: Community-Based Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Project

Evaluation Document | 24 September 2013

Validates the completion report's assessment of the project, which aimed to provide improved water supply and sanitation services through a community-based approach to support in Nepal. IED overall assessment: Successful

This report validates the completion report's assessment of the project which was designed to provide rural water supply and sanitation facilities and services to improve community health and provide income generation opportunities to about 1,200 communities in 21 districts in Nepal. It was also designed to build the capacity of local authority institutions (district development committees and village development committees), reflecting the government's commitment to decentralized decision making by focusing implementation at the district level. With its strong community-based approach, the project was to help rectify historical inequities in rural water supply and sanitation service provision to remote districts (midwestern and far western development regions), and to focus on providing service to previously underserved communities and families in areas where access to rural water supply and sanitation was limited due to gender, caste, or ethnicity. IED overall assessment: Successful


  • Project Basic Data
  • Project Description
  • Evaluation of Performance and Ratings
  • Other Performance Assessments
  • Overall Assessment, Lessons, and Recommendations
  • Other Considerations and Follow-up