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Water supply programmes and projects are the ultimate water delivery interventions that can secure the human right to water for people. However, installed infrastructures undergo wear and tear, growing populations outnumber the available water points, and new kinds of water challenges, such as that of water availability or quality, can emerge over time. For ensuring that the installed water infrastructures sustainably supply water to communities, regular monitoring and evaluation is required, an aspect often the most neglected in water supply programmes. Using the example of rural water supply programmes in Uganda where monitoring and evaluation has been strengthened in recent years, this chapter aims to examine the various challenges still remaining, considering their implications for realising the human right to water.
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