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Practices Related to the Use of MPC for WASH Outcomes

2020 — By Jean Christophe Barbiche, Olivia Collins

This report aims specifically to:
• present current practices (and practice gaps) of the
use of MPC for WASH outcomes in emergencies,
identifying the contexts and conditions under which
MPC is used and highlighting lessons learned
• in contexts where humanitarian actors use MPC as
a tool to meet basic needs, support the involvement
of WASH practitioners in the process of designing,
delivering and monitoring MPCs when relevant,
appropriate and feasible.
This report is one in a series of five on market-based
programming (MBP) for WASH in emergencies. The
other four reports in this study cover practices in
MBP in the water, sanitation and hygiene subsectors
and a mapping of the evidence of MBP and WASH