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Both the East Africa regional forum and the facilitation of the Southern Africa forum were chaired by WSP. This was the report generated and shared in the plenary session. This powerpoint was......

Both the East Africa regional forum and the facilitation of the Southern Africa forum were chaired by WSP. This was the report generated and shared in the plenary session. This powerpoint was presented by WSP Senior Sanitation and Hygiene Specialist, Yolande Coombes,during AfricaSan 3 (Kigali, Rwanda - 2011) under the "East Africa Regional Forum" session.

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  • 1. Report Back From the Regional Fora
    Yolande Coombes
  • 2. The process – leading up to AfricaSan
    Countries invited to convene a multi stakeholder preparation meeting
    Guidance notes provided, support from Task Force agencies (CREPA , UNICEF, WaterAid, WSP, and WSSCC)
    Reviewed existing evidence to come up with priority actions and existing strengths
    Information used to shape content of AfricaSan 3
  • 3. Country Preparation Meetings - Results
    Key priority actions for Africa
    Financial resource mobilization
    Capacity building
    Strategy implementation
    Monitoring and evaluation
    Scaling up
  • 4. Proportion of commitments met by region
  • 5. Country Preparation Meetings - Results
    The two commitments least likely to have been met are:
    Is 0.5% of GDP allocated to sanitation?
    Is there a sanitation monitoring and evaluation system?
  • 6. The Process – Regional Forum
    Country Presentations – peer learning
    Summary of the Region
    Capacity Strengthening
    Market Place
    Country Action Planning
  • 7. COUNTRY A
    CONTACT@COUNTRY.ORG
    • COUNTRY B STAKEHOLDER PROCESS
    • 8. THEMATIC SESSION ON SCALING UP
    X
    DEC 2011
    FINALISE POLICY
    • REVIEW MEETING
    • 9. HIRE CONSULTANT
    • 10. FINALISED DRAFT
    X
    AUG 2012
    X
    MAR 2013
  • 11. Next Steps
    Countries will finalize action plans and submit by August 19th
    The completion of activities become both the milestones, indicators and the actions towards meeting the priority area and the eThekwini commitments
    The AfricaSan Task Force will follow up on progress in six months
  • 12. Further Suggestions
    Hold regional AfricaSan meetings before next All Africa –AfricaSan
    Countries to initiate peer to peer learning and exchange
  • 13. Thank You