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Systems Tools for Water Service Delivery in Low Resource Settings
Sustainable provision of potable water in low resource contexts remains a key challenge for the international water sector, largely due to the complex interaction of factors and actors that drive service delivery outcomes. In response to this issue, there has been an increasing prevalence in the use of systems modeling tools and techniques to gain a systems-level understanding of programmatic leverage points. Unfortunately, these methods tend to be cumbersome and analytically complex, and as a result, inaccessible and/or irrelevant to stakeholders who often have the most intimate understanding of the local system context. This webinar presents a research program that seeks to develop an accessible and useful tool - rooted in system dynamics and machine learning - that practitioners can use to inform policy and practice for water service delivery. Current progress on tool development and steps forward will be discussed.
Join this webinar to learn about:
- The core tenets of systems thinking and how they can be applied to water service planning and management in low resource settings
- The current state of systems theory and practice applied to water service delivery
- The complementary combination of system dynamics modeling and machine learning to improve water service policy and practice

Jul 8, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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