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Go g unicef wash programme 2012 - 2016.pptx
Go g unicef wash programme 2012 - 2016.pptx
Go g unicef wash programme 2012 - 2016.pptx
Go g unicef wash programme 2012 - 2016.pptx
Go g unicef wash programme 2012 - 2016.pptx
Go g unicef wash programme 2012 - 2016.pptx
Go g unicef wash programme 2012 - 2016.pptx
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Government of Ghana unicef wash programme 2012 - 2016

Government of Ghana unicef wash programme 2012 - 2016

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  • 1. 2012 – 2016GoG- UNICEF WASH Programme
  • 2. Framework for GoG-UNICEF WASH ProgrammeContributing to Achieving and Sustaining Key Results for Children and Women Impact on the Burden of Impact on Child Mortality Impact on Child Friendly SchoolingWater Collection for Women through Diarrhoeal and WASH- (Enrolment, Retention and Learning and Girls Related Diseases Prevention and achievement) especially for Girls Reduction Supporting the Delivery of Services and Promoting Behaviour Change Safe Water Provision Basic Sanitation Behaviour Change Environmental Improvement Sustainability and ------------------------ --------------------------- ------------------------ Climate Change New Water Schemes Management of Operation and Developing Technology Options Hand Washing With Soap ------------------- Maintenance Social Marketing of Service Options Safe Excreta Disposal Solid waste management Promoting Service Options Technical Support for moving up Household Water Treatment Eco-friendly technologies Drinking Water Quality Management sanitation ladder and Safe Storage Water quality protection -------------------------- ----------------------- Water conservation ----------------------- Climate Change Adaptation Households Individuals Households Communities Communities Households ------------------- Schools Communities Households Schools Health Facilities Schools Communities Health Facilities Health Facilities Schools Health Facilities Facilitating an Enabling Environment for Sustainable and Pro-poor WASH Services Evidence-based Advocacy Sector Coordination Equity in WASH Services Capacity Building Decentralisation --------------------- ---------------------- ----------------------------- --------------------------- ----------------------------- Ghana SWA Compact Sector Wide Approach Gender Equity Institutional Capacity National Level Institutions Action Research Water and Sanitation SWG Pro-poor services Building Regional Level Institutions Impact of WASH on burden of National TWG on Sanitation Identifying and Containing Human Resources and Coordination diseases and water carriage DP/NGO Coordination Fora Disparities Development MMDA WASH Structure and Budget Analysis National ES Conference Development of systems Coordination Programme-Based Budgeting Ghana Water Forum Conferences/Study Tours Community Watsan Public Expenditure Reviews Sector Strategic Dev Plan Committees/Boards Sector M&E System/MIS
  • 3. Geographic Focus – 5 Most Deprived Regions Upper East Upper West Northern Volta Brong Ahafo Ashanti Eastern Western Greater Accra CentralIndicators used for the Ranking:1. U5MR 2. Time Taken to Collect Water 3. Use of Improved Drinking Water 4. AdultWomen Collecting Water 5. Open Defecation 6. Unhygienic Disposal of Child Faeces 7.School Attendance – Girls 8. Adult Women Literacy
  • 4. Relationship of GoG-UNICEF WASH ProgrammeComponent Results to UNDAF, SSDP and GSGDA
  • 5. GoG-UNICEF WASH Programme Flagships
  • 6. Important New Initiatives and Approaches
  • 7. Programme Component Results and Intermediate Results
  • 8. Thank You

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