Table 1

Overview of different methodological steps and tools used for data collection and analysis.

Aperçu des différentes étapes méthodologiques et des outils utilisés pour la collecte et l’analyse des données.

Steps Methods
1 Literature review – Review of relevant academic articles, reports and associated documents
– Use of existing data from maps, reports and similar sources
2 Selection of case studies – Participatory diagnosis
– Participatory mapping
3 Historical analysis of RWSS trajectory in selected case studies – Participant observation
– Life narratives
– Semi-structured interviews (15 in Tunisia and 20 in Brazil; individual and group interviews; virtual and in-person meetings) with key stakeholders: community health agent, water users’ association members, district engineers, and local water technicians.
4 Analysis of the functioning of the RWSS Surveys (30 in Tunisia and 40 in Brazil) to collect information at the household and community levels on:
– Water users
– Water uses (drinking, domestic, agricultural)
– Infrastructures (lay-out, quality, location)
– Resources (quantity, quality, location)
– Rules of use (formal and informal)
– Evolutions and adaptations in infrastructure and rules
5 Co-design of RWSS trajectories Participatory modeling: using a conceptual model as a discussion support
Workshops in Tunisia and Brazil
– 10 interviews to prepare the workshop
– 1 workshop mixing both communities (Ouled Salah and Ouled Om Hani)
– 12 participants: 4 women and 8 men (6 from Ouled Salah and 6 from Ouled Om Hani communities)
– 12 interviews to prepare the workshops
– 1 workshop in Santa Maria community
– 8 participants (4 women and 4 men)
– 1 workshop in in Varzea do Meio community
– 8 participants (4 women and 4 men)

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