Tag Archive | project management

It’s fun to work with the L C C A

It’s fun to work with the L C C A

I have written before about our work on life-cycle cost analysis (LCCA) in Honduras. The idea is to look into the real costs of investment programmes and projects in Honduras, so see which intervention model is the most cost-effective. The reason for that is that within the sector, and sometimes even within an institution, various […]

It IS a theory, it DID exist at the start, now let’s learn from it!

It IS a theory, it DID exist at the start, now let’s learn from it!

My name is Deirdre Casella. I am a Programme Officer and have worked in various capacities at IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre since December 1999. My current focus is coordinating the monitoring and learning work of the Triple-S project. In Triple-S we aim to ‘proceed with good intent’, as our friend Chris Mowles is […]

Is it a theory of change or isn’t it?

Is it a theory of change or isn’t it?

Three years of creating change in Triple-S. Not a nice linear process but trying things out, getting better at it and finding words to describe what we do. And so it is time to step back and put it on paper. What is it this theory of change of Triple-S? Is it a theory or […]

Mid term assessment blues

Mid term assessment blues

My name is Patrick Moriarty. I’m the director of IRC’s Triple-S project, and am blogging at waterservicethatlast for the first time – although I also blog sporadically on my own site .  This blog was started by Stef Smits, head of research in Triple-S but is now being opened up to other project staff – […]