In 2007, the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) signed a $506.9 million compact designed to reduce poverty in Mozambique by promoting sustainable economic growth. Among the planned investments is the installation of improved water points in 350 to 400 rural communities across the provinces of Nampula and Cabo Delgado. The Rural Water Supply Activity (RWSA) of the Mozambique Compact is intended to increase sustainable access to improved water supply in some of the country’s poorest districts. Stanford University and Virginia Tech are collaborating with the MCC on an impact evaluation of the RWSA investments to be undertaken in the province of Nampula.
The responsibilities of WE Consult included advisory functions on questionnaire and methodology design, project management, country/regional specific background information, training and hiring of enumerators daily logistics, data-entry, processing of water samples, translation and providing various other supporting functions.
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