WSUP publishes new Business Plan 2020-2025

WSUP has today, World Cities Day, published its new Business Plan outlining its priorities for the period 2020-2025. Read the Business Plan now: The plan is based around five Strategic Goals, which reflect our vision for changing the ability of cities to provide basic services to the poorest residents. Strategic Goals: “There are 10 years […]


Implementing agencies like WSUP, Water For People and IRC are of course accountable to their funders, including major bilaterals and foundations and naturally, these funders must track the effectiveness of their spending. However, short budget cycles and the need to demonstrate “value for money” can often encourage over-simplistic measurement of success in terms of short-term outputs, rather than genuinely sustainable services. This note proposes some ways forward!