20100608 Wash Cost Dgis V4 1

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  • Motivations: targeting; cost-efficiency; magnitude of different costs
  • 20100608 Wash Cost Dgis V4 1

    1. 1. 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    2. 2. Index 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    3. 3. Where did WASHCost come from? 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    4. 4. Graveyard of Investments 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    5. 5. What do donors want to know? 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    6. 6. What do consumers want? 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    7. 7. Reality in many developing countries 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    8. 8. Facts Coverage of drinking water and sanitation in Rural India 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    9. 9. What is WASHCost? 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    10. 10. Four countries, five years, many partners India (Andhra Pradesh) Centre for Economic and Social Studies / LRMNI Ghana Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Burkina Faso Centre Régional pour l'Eau Potable et l'Assainissement à faible coût (CREPA) Mozambique National Water Directorate / Rural Water / CoWater 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    11. 11. 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    12. 12. WASHCost Cycle Facilitation of the Learning Alliances Better Data from identification of Implementation gaps in planning Better Data used in dissagregated planning lifecycle unit costs 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    13. 13. Disaggregated Life Cycle Costs Capital Costs of capital expenditure Operational and minor Expenditures on maintenance indirect support expenditure Capital maintenance expenditure Expenditures on direct support 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    14. 14. How to compare costs? 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    15. 15. What is a domestic water service? 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    16. 16. Service levels and ladders 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    17. 17. The JMP ladder 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    18. 18. Existing JMP ladder Piped water on premises: Piped household water connection located inside the user's dwelling, Other improved drinking water sources: Public taps or standpipes, tube wells or boreholes, protected dug wells, protected springs or rainwater collection. Unimproved drinking water sources: Unprotected dug well, unprotected spring, cart with small tank/drum, surface water (river, dam, lake, pond, stream, canal, irrigation channels), and bottled water. 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    19. 19. Multiple use services ladder 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    20. 20. Service levels used in India Access to Fluoride Distance Crowding Water Social MUS ODF Hygienic water water to WP at WP security Exclusion water % population behaviour (lpcd) (ppm) (km) (persons) (No. of safe Yes/No lpHHd % population sources) WASH Service Levels 150 0 0.5 100 4 No 200 100 100 Norm ++ 75 0.5 1.0 175 3 No 150 100 100 Norm + Normative 40 1.6 250 2 No 100 1.0 100 100 threshold Norm - 20 2.0 2.0 375 1 Yes 50 50 50 Norm - - 10 4.0 3.0 500 0 Yes 0 25 25 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    21. 21. 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    22. 22. WASHCost service ladder 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    23. 23. The WASHCost Water Service Ladder High service: people access a minimum of 60l/c/d of high quality water on demand Intermediate service: people access a minimum of 40l/c/d of acceptable quality water from an improved source spending no more that 30 minutes per day Basic service: people access a minimum of 20l/c/d of acceptable quality water from an improved source spending no more that 30 minutes per day Sub-standard service: people access a service that is an improvement on having no service at all, but fails to meet the basic standard on one or more criteria No service: people access water from insecure or unimproved sources, or sources that are too distant, time consuming or are of poor quality 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    24. 24. WASHCost proposed indicators High >60 Good <10 Intermediate >40 30 Reliable/ Basic Improved >20 Acceptable unreliable (normative) Sub-standard >5 60 Unreliable/ No service <5 Unacceptable >60 Unimproved unsecure 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
    25. 25. Thank you www.washcost.info Photos : WASHCost team Production : WASHCost team Design : da Cruz Moreno Catarina 2010.06.08 Fonseca, WASHCost Director

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