Cambodia School-Community Water Hygiene and Sanitation


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Cambodia School-Community Water Hygiene and Sanitation

  1. 1. Ministry of Rural Development Cambodia School-Community Water Hygiene and Sanitation SC WASHThe Third East Asia Ministerial Conference on Sanitation and Hygiene (EASAN-3) Bali, Indonesia September 10-12,2012
  2. 2. Background• The SLTS pilot was piloted in 2008 with support from UNICEF and DFID in 4 provinces, by utilized the experience of implementing CLTS• It is an approach linking school and their catchment villages to promote sanitation and hygiene behavior• Recommendation by 2009 review to transform from SLTS to SC WASH• SC WASH was implemented in 6 provinces/24 provinces• MRD and MoEYS agreed to establish the SC WASH committee on Nov 30, 2009 . 2
  3. 3. Why SC WASH?• Enhance the Knowledge both to children in school and their family in community to change the behavior into good practice: - Safety drinking and storage water - Washing hands with soap - Latrine use both at school and at home - Keep clean environment in school and community 3
  4. 4. Process of implementation1. Selection of target school and community2. Pre-assessment3. Preparation of school and community work plan4. Training of provincial, district and community5. Baseline data collection6. Triggering both in school and communities7. Monitoring and evaluation 4
  5. 5. Result• In 2010: implemented in 6 provinces, 23 districts, 47 communes, 376 villages and 157 schools• In 2011: implemented in 14 provinces, 27 districts, 64 communes, 229 villages and 107 schools• Joint declaration between MRD and MoEYS issued• Dekka of Provincials Governor issued• Guideline of SC WASH developed• Training manual developed• Tool for monitoring and evaluation developed both software and hardware. 5
  6. 6. Lessons Learnt• Cross-sectoral coordination: good relationship between Ministry of Rural Development and MoEYS• Synergy between school and community• Strong commitment and participation of staff, student, teacher, all people in grassroots level• Strong supported by UNICEF/DPs 6
  7. 7. Challenges• Capacity in sub national• Resource to scale• Coordination and facilitation at sub national• M&E system• Defining the school catchment• Integration CLTS, sanitation marketing, hygiene promotion. 7
  8. 8. The way forwardNational level• National Campaign: Development of IEC, TV, Radio spots• Mobilize more resourcesProvincial level• Partnership with Ministry of Interior: Letter and Guideline• Improve coordination• Strengthening M&ECommunity Level• Involve and strengthening CCWC , Commune Chief , Village Chief, School Director, School Support Committee and WSUG 8