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    • 1. Presentation Of baseline findings on the status of functionality and sustainability Of water facilities in Akatsi District ,Volta Region Tom Laari Chimbar Volta Regional Learning Facilitator Triple-S 23 RD JAN. 2012 Akatsi District Assembly Hall
    • 2. OUTLINE
      • FLOW as data collection tool
      • Hand Pump functionality and sustainability
      • Pipe system functionality and sustainability
      • Important observations
      • Emerging Critical Issues
    • 3. FLOW as data collection tool
      • Field Level Operations Watch
      • It uses android phone technology
      • It takes images; pictures of facilities, records etc
      • Takes GPS coordinates of facilities
      • And able to record data of tens of thousands of water facilities
      • Data is uploaded to a server and can be viewed as Google maps, or exported to excel for analysis using pivot tables
    • 4. Field practice of FLOW
    • 5. HAND PUMP FUNCTIONALITY AND SUSTAINABILITY
    • 6. Hand pumps surveyed Area Council/ Town council Count of HPs Without WATSANs Count of HPs with WATSANs Total Number of HPs Akatsi 11 21 32 Ave Dakpa 0 43 43 Avenorpeme 18 60 78 Gefia 1 42 43 Wute 1 42 43 31 208 239
    • 7. Hand Pump functionality by Area Council
    • 8. Hand pump reliability by area council
    • 9. Crowding on Hand pumps by area council
    • 10. Perceived Water Quality Count of HPs with acceptable water quality Count of HPs without acceptable water quality Grand Total Akatsi 29 3 32 Ave Dakpa 43 43 Avenorpeme 78 78 Gefia 39 4 43 Wute 35 8 43 Grand Total 224 15 239
    • 11. WATSANs Surveyed Count of WATSANs Area Council No Yes Grand Total Akatsi 15 15 Ave Dakpa 1 24 25 Avenorpeme 16 16 Gefia 1 31 32 Wute 31 31 Grand Total 2 117 119
    • 12. Capacity building for WATSANs
      • Initial training of WATSANs
      • Retraining of WATSANs
      No Yes Grand Total Akatsi 2 13 15 Ave Dakpa 2 23 25 Avenorpeme 2 14 16 Gefia 21 11 32 Wute 7 24 31 Grand Total 34 85 119 No Grand Total Akatsi 15 15 Ave Dakpa 25 25 Avenorpeme 16 16 Gefia 32 32 Wute 31 31 Grand Total 119 119
    • 13. Av. Performance of WATSANs in relation to Governance & Management
    • 14. Records keeping by WATSANS Area Councils No Yes Grand Total Akatsi 3 12 15 Ave Dakpa 12 13 25 Avenorpeme 7 9 16 Gefia 13 19 32 Wute 21 10 31 Grand Total 56 63 119
    • 15. Av. Performance of WATSANs in relation to Financial Management
    • 16. Av. Performance of WATSANs in relation to Operations indicators Indicators Area Council Average of WS-Op1 Average of WS-Op2 Average of WS-Op3 Average of WS-Op3b Average of WS-Op4 Akatsi 58 73 47 80 0 Ave Dakpa 17 31 18 68 0 Avenorpeme 45 36 25 56 0 Gefia 29 53 17 81 0 Wute 9 9 5 81 0 Grand Total 28 39 19 75 0
    • 17. Av. Score of support received by WATSANs from DWST/EHAs
    • 18. Av. Overall WATSAN performance by Area council
    • 19. PIPE SYSTEM FUNCTIONALITY AND SUSTAINABILITY
    • 20. Count of Piped System functionality Count of Functionality Community Functional Grand Total Akatsi(Nyorgbortey) (PS1) 1 1 Avenorpedo (PS1) 1 1 Dagbamete (PS1) 1 1 Lume Avete (PS1) 1 1 Wlitey Alagbokope (PS1) 1 1 Grand Total 5 5
    • 21. Count of PS Reliability Count of Reliability Community not reliable reliable Grand Total Akatsi(Nyorgbortey) (PS1) 1 1 Avenorpedo (PS1) 1 1 Dagbamete (PS1) 1 1 Lume Avete (PS1) 1 1 Wlitey Alagbokope (PS1) 1 1 Grand Total 1 4 5
    • 22. Water Quality & Crowding
      • Water quality
      • Crowding
      Community acceptable quality Grand Total Akatsi(Nyorgbortey) (PS1) 1 1 Avenorpedo (PS1) 1 1 Dagbamete (PS1) 1 1 Lume Avete (PS1) 1 1 Wlitey Alagbokope (PS1) 1 1 Grand Total 5 5 Row Labels no crowding Grand Total Akatsi(Nyorgbortey) (PS1) 1 1 Avenorpedo (PS1) 1 1 Dagbamete (PS1) 1 1 Lume Avete (PS1) 1 1 Wlitey Alagbokope (PS1) 1 1 Grand Total 5 5
    • 23. Count of PS Bulk meter presence Bulk meter presence/ absence Row Labels No Yes Grand Total Akatsi 1 1 Avenorpedo 1 1 Dagbamete 1 1 Lume Avete 1 1 Wlitey Alagbokope 1 1 Grand Total 2 3 5
    • 24. Count of PS with meter reading Meter Reading PS Community No Yes Grand Total Akatsi 1 1 Avenorpedo 1 1 Dagbamete 1 1 Lume Avete 1 1 Wlitey Alagbokope 1 1 Grand Total 1 4 5
    • 25. Standpipe functionality Functionality Area councils Functional Non functional Grand Total Akatsi 46 1 47 Avenorpeme 16 1 17 Gefia 11 11 Grand Total 73 2 75
    • 26. Dripping of Taps
    • 27. Av. Performance of WSDBs in Relation to Governance & Management
    • 28. Av. Performance of WSDBs in relation to Operations
    • 29. Av. Performance of WSDBs in relation to Financial Management
    • 30. Av. Level of Support given to WSDBs by DWST/EHAs
    • 31. Av. Performance of WSDBs
    • 32. Important observations
      • Point Sources
      • There are 31 hand pumps in the district without WATSANs (orphan boreholes). 11 are in Akatsi town council, while 18 are Avenorpeme. Every borehole with hand pump installed must have a WATSAN.
      • Water quality analysis has not been performed on any of the BHs after installation of Hand pumps. The standard period however, is every half year.
      • More than 80% of the boreholes in the district are either broken down or performing sub optimally.
    • 33.
      • Point sources
      • All WATSAN accounts have not been audited in the past one year.
      • Fifty six (56) WATSANs do not keep records of their operations.
      • All WATSANs do not use Life Cycle Cost Approach for setting tariffs. Tariffs are not based on projected cost.
      • About 28% of the Boreholes in the district are serving populations above 300. All such boreholes are experiencing overcrowding.
      • Thirty four (34) of the WATSANs have not had any form of training and all the 119 WATSANs have not had retraining.
      Important observations
    • 34.
      • Pipe schemes
      • The Wlitey Pipe scheme does not have either bulk meter or standpipe meters. This does not allow for proper determination of quantities of water produced, distributed and used.
      • All WSDBs do not have distinct Capital or replacement, operational or regular and sanitation accounts as set out in the guidelines for the establishment of WSDBs.
      • All WSDBs have not been audited in the past one year
      • All WSDBs do not use Life Cycle Cost Approach to setting tariffs. Tariffs are not based on projected cost.
      Important observations