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  • 1. 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 2. Index 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 3. Where did WASHCost come from? 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 4. Graveyard of Investments 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 5. What do donors want to know? 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 6. What do consumers want? 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 7. Reality in many developing countries 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 8. Facts Coverage of drinking water and sanitation in Rural India 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 9. What is WASHCost? 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 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. 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 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. 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. How to compare costs? 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 15. What is a domestic water service? 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 16. Service levels and ladders 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 17. The JMP ladder 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 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. Multiple use services ladder 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 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. 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 22. WASHCost service ladder 2010.06.08 Catarina Fonseca, WASHCost Director
  • 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. 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. Thank you www.washcost.info Photos : WASHCost team Production : WASHCost team Design : da Cruz Moreno Catarina 2010.06.08 Fonseca, WASHCost Director