Impact Case Studies

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Asivikelane Impacts: July to December 2023

25 January 2024

As Asivikelane enters its fourth year, we reflect on our impact over the years. We thank our residents, Community Facilitators, partners, donors and staff members who have all worked incredibly hard to improve service delivery in informal settlements. You can also read comments from the residents themselves over the last 6 months.

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Asivikelane Impacts: January to June 2023

30 June 2023

Asivikelane continues to impact the lives of many informal settlement residents through improved basic services such as water, sanitation and refuse removal. This report also includes comments from the residents themselves.

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Asivikelane Impacts: July to December 2022

31 December 2022

Read about the impact Asivikelane has had in informal settlement communities through improved water, sanitation and refuse removal during the second half of 2022.

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Asivikelane Impacts: January to June 2022

30 June 2022

Over the last 6 months Asivikelane has impacted informal settlement communities through improved water, sanitation and refuse removal.

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Asivikelane Impacts: July to December 2021

31 December 2021

Between July and December 2021 Asivikelane continued to impact communities across South Africa through  improved services.

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Asivikelane Impacts: January to June 2021

30 June 2021

Between January and June 2021 Asivikelane has impacted many communities across South Africa with improved service delivery

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Asivikelane Profiles booklet

15 March 2021

Flip through our Asivikelane Profiles tribute book.

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Asivikelane Impacts: 2020

31 December 2020

Asivikelane was initiated in April 2020, we take a look at the impacts that we made in 9 months!

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Service Delivery Improvements of the Asivikelane Initiative

September 2020

Attribution is a dubious science and the causes of change in government are complex. We do, however, think that there are important reasons why we can claim to have contributed in some way to the service delivery improvements listed in this report.

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Impact Case Studies 1: Ekurhuleni

01 March 2019

Six hundred thousand informal settlement residents will receive better quality sanitation services as a result of community-led monitoring and engagement in Ekurhuleni. In 2018, the International Budget Partnership South Africa (IBPSouth Africa) and the Social Audit Network (SAN), started partnering with Planact and 13 informal settlement communities in Ekurhuleni to conduct a social audit on the provision and maintenance of portable toilets. A social audit is a community-led process of engaging government about poor services by monitoring service delivery on the basis of government commitments contained in budgets and other official documents.

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Impact Case Studies 2: eThekwini

01 February 2018

IBP South Africa, the SASDI Alliance, and the eMalandeni community begin to see results from ongoing community-led monitoring and engagement with eThekwini Municipality.