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  • Meeting the Challenges of Sustainability January 31, 2012 Presentation Prepared by Global Water Challenge
  • Global Water Challenge (GWC)GWC catalyzes high impact partnerships bringing new donors to the sector to fund innovative and sustainable WASH programs.Coalition of corporations, NGOs and other stakeholders committed to achieving universalaccess to WASH. Members include: o Corporations: Cargill, Dow, Ford, Kimberly-Clark, Merck, The Coca-Cola Company o Leading NGOs: WaterAid, Water For People, Water.org, CARE, CRS, etc. o Foundations: Wallace Genetic Foundation, Case FoundationAccelerating the delivery of WASH through partnerships that catalyze financial support anddrive innovation for sustainable solutions: o WASH in Schools: SWASH+, Mexico Schools Program, Support My School, A-WASH o Women for Water o Ashoka Changemakers Presentation Prepared by Global Water Challenge
  • Changing Today, For Tomorrow If every hand pump installed in Africa in the past 20 years still worked, as many as 66 MM more people would have access to water. Presentation Prepared by Global Water Challenge
  • WASH Sustainability Charter“To collaboratively promote the delivery of safe water, sanitation, and hygiene services that produce high- quality, lasting benefits to consumers.” • Open-source • Brought to life by endorsers • Value-add for all • Agreed upon best practices • Strengthened by broad endorsement Presentation Prepared by Global Water Challenge
  • The WASH Sustainability Process Over 100 Endorsers • And counting… Final version was released • Launched on www.WASHCharter.org • Notable media coverage Draft was shared for public feedback • Feedback submitted from throughout the sector Compiled with the support of Deloitte • With guidance from participants at the ForumOutcome of the January 2011 WASH Sustainability Forum • Nearly 100 people • Over 50 organizations Presentation Prepared by Global Water Challenge
  • The WASH Sustainability Charter 16 principles 5 areas1. Strategy and Planning2. Governance and Accountability3. Service Delivery Support4. Financial Management5. Reporting and Knowledge SharingFramework | Roadmap | Checklist | Conversation Starter | Commitment Presentation Prepared by Global Water Challenge
  • Aligning Diverse Initiatives• Provides opportunity for consistency• Leverages and unites initiatives• Charter is aligned with: – Triple-S – Sanitation and Water for All – Collaborative Monitoring – WASH Advocates, Global Water Challenge – Water Person Years Presentation Prepared by Global Water Challenge
  • Changing Business as UsualSector-Wide:• SustainableWASH.org• Landscape Survey• WASH Webinar SeriesIndividually:• Tool for programming• Resource for assessment• Aid in partner selection Presentation Prepared by Global Water Challenge
  • Endorsers Serving Humanity through Empowerment and a child’s right Development (SHED), Inc. Africare Sindhica Reforms Society Pakistan Aguaconsult Solarsido Agua Para La Vida South African Toilet Organisation (SATO) An Organization for Socio-Economic Sustainable Environment Development Initiative Development (AOSED) Global Water Challenge (GWC) Sustainable Sanitation Design The Aquaya Institute Global Environment & Technology Taakulo Somaliland Community (WASCO) Behrhorst Partners for Development Foundation (GETF) Tearfund BIOBOX Moçambique H20 For Life tippytap.org Blue Planet Network Hazara Development & Advocacy Triple-S – IRC International Water and CARE Foundation (HADAF) Sanitation Center Catholic Relief Services Helping Hand For Relief & Development Udyama Centre for Community Health Research Improve International UGoS (CCHR) International Development Enterprise, United Force for Development (UFFD) Climbing for Water Cambodia Upez African Humanitarian Development Project CLLEEN Water and Power Karnali Integrate Rural Development & (UAHDP)Community Based Total Sanitation (STBM Research Center (KIRDARC) Village Science Indonesia) Kenya Community Health Network WASH Advocacy Initiative Community Water Solutions Liquid Water, Inc Water 1st International Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Living Water International WaterAid Cowater International Millennium Water Alliance (MWA) Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) CREPA-African Center for WASH Nakuru Defluoridation Company, Ltd. Water and Sanitation Rotarian Action Group El Porvenir Nepal Water for Health (NEWAH) (WASRAG) Engineers Without Borders Australia Portapure Water Services Trust Fund (WSTF), Kenya Engineers Without Borders Canada Project WET Water Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council FairWater Pueblo a Pueblo (WSSCC) Fantsuam Foundation Pure Water for the World, Inc. Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) Ghana Young Artisans Movement Rising Star Outreach Water For People Gramalaya Safe Water and AIDS Project (SWAP) Wellman Waterworks Guarantee Environment on Water Sark Foundation Welthungerhilfe Sanitation and Hygiene (GEOWASH) Save the Children, USA Women Collaborative Development Foundation, Ghana World Vision Presentation Prepared by Global Water Challenge
  • How You can Leverage the Charter• Publicly signals commitment• Provides commonly agreed upon guidance• Aligns individual approach with sector-wideconversation• Delivers competitive advantage• Strengthens communications• Offers clear benchmarks for sustainability Presentation Prepared by Global Water Challenge
  • Looking Forward: 2012 and Beyond• Stone Prize (February)• Release of WASH Sustainability Landscape Report (March)• Launch of WASH Advancement Resource Portal (W.A.R.P) (May)• Development of Opt-In Charter Assessments (September)• WASH Sustainability Webinars (Ongoing)• Collaboration on WASH Sustainability Tools (Ongoing) Presentation Prepared by Global Water Challenge
  • Join Us!1. Endorse the Charter, and bring it to life in your organization.2. Conduct an internal assessment to determine the sustainability of your programs.3. Talk about your data, and learn from it.4. Leverage best practices and tools that have been developed.5. Continue the conversation through SustainableWASH.org, webinars, and talking with your partners about the tough questions. Presentation Prepared by Global Water Challenge