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Program Excellence Council (17 Feb 2014)

  1. 1. Program Excellence: 2013-2014 Jonathan Wiles // VP for Program Excellence Council Meeting // 17 February 2014 Monday, February 17, 14
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  3. 3. L iv i e r In te ng W at rn a tio n ility ab Sustain ing Cultivat al n Pap P o s itio e r // C u ltiv u s ta in a tin g S a b ility ch Approa na l anizatio g : An Or th g o o d lo n g w i —a it, it is e r v ic e s ta tio n s im e lim ani no t y and s ity h a s r suppl a in a b il te te d a n d st c u ltiv a in c e s u h ic h w a S te in w nd t can be n ite ly . ckgrou able WASH as a stlaver benefits indefiut is a situation tha 1 . B a s u s ta in rv e y s, in t, b nd de i e lin e s u iv e n p o tin u e a e fin e g as s, con We d ” at any ro u g h b p ro je c t tic e s— re a s , th c h ie v e d -W P A ) ne prac A “a on h y g ie ro g ra m can be h o le s , o th e r (n ASH P o a l th a t ep bore v e r, in w a y s. W ke us ow e not a g e s in o u r in v a rio n itie s to a re a . H e w ill b s e r v ic e th e n e d in th is com m u ASH 015, w in g re n g ro w 2 W er st ms to g e a su re em pow th r o u g h g s y s te n tin u e in g to m o n ito r in w ill c o a b ility— c le . F ro m n o w m e a in b e g in n -c y o ls , a n d a tio n ; w em sust W e are n e d life d e v a lu ng syst e s ig n to d di s ig rin g , a n o n b u il ro g ra m th e ir d e m o n ito d a rd s, p fo c u s is in g fo r s ta n e d ia te s w ork n d in g , o u r im m d o th e r s y s te m n d e r s ta ,u , an nguage la tr in e s w. n o u r la e d b e lo to a lig d e s c rib o r k in g rk w w o rk ra m e w o e fra m e tim e if w ith th b ility F ts o v e r e fi ta in a ver ben r’s S u s n d d e li ea W a te c ie s c o n tin u n d p o li . L iv in g ity ik e ly to 2 p la n s a a b il o re l H s a re m u s ta in s. m W AS a n d a rd n s fo r S s a n i t a t i o n s y s t e m m a n d p r o j e c t . tio n fro itio s o la lo c a l s t i d t 2 .1 C o n t h a t w a t e r a n d i n e a c h p r o g r a i c i e s : W o r k i n g i n n d f a i l u r e t o m e e n e e d e d a n d b e n re ol sa ie v e s te m s a a re ta k e f e ffo rt s and p W e bel new sy a tio n o g s te p s a l p la n t on p lic h o w in e iv e th a s. th n a ti lt in d u . th ro u g th e f o ll u st p e rc r a te w i e n re su e s y s te m s ly ( i.e eg d a tio n se rs m ry o ft f th o s s e rio u • In t and: U h count lid f o u n nance o p a tio n m ic i eac n te a so t fo r d e ity p a rt w ith in nd m ai o v id e s accoun om m un v e ly p r n c a re a d c ti ly i ng c sess an g it e f f e e rso n a l s: T a k i s te m s • As m e n tin nvest p h o ld e r to i keep sy m p le ta k e ls di s to if w illin g in g) a n t h lo c a l e ffo rt fe , e v e n d p la n n r a te w i m in e a l ls a n r v ic e li nder lla b o se nu a is a • Co d e r a b le a lity c a ry a p p r . b ility . y consi ic ip a to tio n q u p a rt a ver stru c s ta in a s y s te m le a d to oor con te rm s u O&M) ay :P e( f o r lo n g c tio n m q u a lity n te n a n c c o n s tr u n t w ith nd M ai lity na e p le m e p e r a t io ends ar ig h q u a • Im y h it d e p w h ile h in th e O g, w h ic sses re m a n w o r k in w eakne rc e s o n T h e re a . ou of e o th e r r th re a t a te r re s q u a lity th e re a r is u n d e if th e w sed, tity a n d y s te m du es uan rs th e n th n in g a n d th e q em s an al Facto stem is functio lative to need, yst ment w a te r s y re Environ ater supply sy tio n o f r q u a lit o era aw u a n tity o in g o p E v e n if e ith e r q th e o n g n ect ra tin g i th a t a f f d e te rio th re a ts m e n ta l e n v iro n 1 Monday, February 17, 14
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  6. 6. Community Management Monday, February 17, 14
  7. 7. Technical Support Community Management Management Support Monday, February 17, 14 Supply Chain
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  14. 14. Principles of WASH Program Areas Monday, February 17, 14
  15. 15. Principles of WASH Program Areas Monday, February 17, 14
  16. 16. Principles of WASH Program Areas Water Access H&S Promotion Christian Witness Sustainability 1.Target a standard level of water service 1.Target standard levels of hygiene and sanitation service 1.Partner with the local church 1.Integrate with national plans and policies 2.Identify and mitigate threats 2.Cultivate an enabling environment in every community 2.Collaborate with mission-aligned organizations 2.Collaborate with local stakeholders 3.Coordinate with water resource planning efforts 3.Develop a programspecific behaviorchange approach 3.Cultivate fruitful practices for proclamation 3.Facilitate healthy community management 4.Develop appropriate solutions 4.Address the full sanitation lifecycle 5.Ensure water safety Monday, February 17, 14 4.Use appropriate financial models 5.Ensure sufficient and permanent external support
  17. 17. Principles of WASH Program Areas Water Access H&S Promotion Christian Witness Sustainability 1.Target a standard level of water service 1.Target standard levels of hygiene and sanitation service 1.Partner with the local church 1.Integrate with national plans and policies 2.Identify and mitigate threats 2.Cultivate an enabling environment in every community 2.Collaborate with mission-aligned organizations 2.Collaborate with local stakeholders 3.Coordinate with water resource planning efforts 3.Develop a programspecific behaviorchange approach 3.Cultivate fruitful practices for proclamation 3.Facilitate healthy community management 4.Develop appropriate solutions 4.Address the full sanitation lifecycle 5.Ensure water safety Monday, February 17, 14 4.Use appropriate financial models 5.Ensure sufficient and permanent external support
  18. 18. Principles of WASH Program Areas Water Access H&S Promotion Christian Witness Sustainability 1.Target a standard level of water service 1.Target standard levels of hygiene and sanitation service 1.Partner with the local church 1.Integrate with national plans and policies 2.Identify and mitigate threats 2.Cultivate an enabling environment in every community 2.Collaborate with mission-aligned organizations 2.Collaborate with local stakeholders 3.Coordinate with water resource planning efforts 3.Develop a programspecific behaviorchange approach 3.Cultivate fruitful practices for proclamation 3.Facilitate healthy community management 4.Develop appropriate solutions 4.Address the full sanitation lifecycle 5.Ensure water safety Monday, February 17, 14 4.Use appropriate financial models 5.Ensure sufficient and permanent external support
  19. 19. Principles of WASH Program Areas Water Access H&S Promotion Christian Witness Sustainability 1.Target a standard level of water service 1.Target standard levels of hygiene and sanitation service 1.Partner with the local church 1.Integrate with national plans and policies 2.Identify and mitigate threats 2.Cultivate an enabling environment in every community 2.Collaborate with mission-aligned organizations 2.Collaborate with local stakeholders 3.Coordinate with water resource planning efforts 3.Develop a programspecific behaviorchange approach 3.Cultivate fruitful practices for proclamation 3.Facilitate healthy community management 4.Develop appropriate solutions 4.Address the full sanitation lifecycle 5.Ensure water safety Monday, February 17, 14 4.Use appropriate financial models 5.Ensure sufficient and permanent external support
  20. 20. Principles of WASH Program Areas Water Access H&S Promotion Christian Witness Sustainability 1.Target a standard level of water service 1.Target standard levels of hygiene and sanitation service 1.Partner with the local church 1.Integrate with national plans and policies 2.Identify and mitigate threats 2.Cultivate an enabling environment in every community 2.Collaborate with mission-aligned organizations 2.Collaborate with local stakeholders 3.Coordinate with water resource planning efforts 3.Develop a programspecific behaviorchange approach 3.Cultivate fruitful practices for proclamation 3.Facilitate healthy community management 4.Develop appropriate solutions 4.Address the full sanitation lifecycle 5.Ensure water safety Monday, February 17, 14 4.Use appropriate financial models 5.Ensure sufficient and permanent external support
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  23. 23. Church Mobilization Monday, February 17, 14
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  34. 34. Discussion Monday, February 17, 14
  35. 35. Resources Sustainability Position Paper: livingwater.box.com/SustainabilityPP WASH Program Area Guidelines: livingwater.box.com/WPAguidelines Minimum Standards 2.0 livingwater.box.com/ms2 Church Mobilization Strategy livingwater.box.com/ChurchMobilizationStrat Monday, February 17, 14

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