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  • 1. Photo slide show QIS Workshop Sanitation & Hygiene IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre and WaterAid India Bhopal, 2-11 September 2007
  • 2. Expectations
  • 3. Getting familiar with the methodology
  • 4. S&H indicators and data collection tools
  • 5. Selecting variables and indicators
  • 6. Group’s presentations
  • 7. Steps with the community
    • Social welfare classification by the men
    • Social map by socio-economic class by the men
    • Matrix table on toilet ownership by class
    • (not done, as all already had a toilet)
    • Lack of water access by class by the women
    • Matrix table on VWSC membership
    • by sex and class by the women
    • Card scoring on sanitation promotion by the men
    • FDG on Institutional effectiveness by the men
    • Sampling for home visits
    • Toilet use by class, sex and age
    • Handwashing at 2 critical times with only water/ or + soap or ash
    • by class, sex and age
    • Water handling risks from source to cup by class
    • Card scoring on effectiveness of institutions by men & women
  • 8. To the community – only men and boys await us – women work
  • 9. Welfare Groups Classification by the men We are all poor……
  • 10.
    • Drawing of one of the four groups:
    • Worst-off
    • Low
    • Middle
    • Upper
    • Here: Characteristics of the worst-off in life
  • 11. Community Social Map by Socio-Economic Classes (4)
  • 12. The women came later and in a separate place
  • 13.
    • Each village section had chosen 1 woman and 1 man for the VWSC
    • Of the 13 voluntary members, 3 left due to time constraints
    • Four women and six men remained, nicely distributed over the four classes
    • The women are quite satisfied with the balanced representation
    With the men’s 4 classes, they made a matrix of VWSC members by sex and class
  • 14. Card sorting and scoring: sanitation promotion They explained the process - the order was made more logical
  • 15. At Random Stratified Sampling for Home Visits
    • Welfare groups: Bottom (17), Low (16) Middle (46), Upper (9)
    • Proportional sample of 20 households (22,5%) gave Bottom (4), Low (4), Middle (10), Upper (2)
    • Sampling started with lowest number. Chandra numbered 9 slips 1-9, placed them in a bag and picked 2 slips: no’s 1 and 3 came up.
    • She then added slips for no’s 10-16 and Mamita picked 4 by chance
    • One more slip was added  17 and 4 picked at random
    • Then more slips were added up to 46 and 10 slips picked at random for the poorest group
  • 16. At Random Stratified Sampling for Home Visits (2)
    • In the village, the team numbered all houses/class.
    • Using the lists of random numbers, the villagers helped identify the chosen households
    • Four groups were formed and each group visited one part of the village, taking the listed households and accompanied by a local guide
    • The teams explained and discussed the sheets and noted the agreed scores
  • 17. Toilet used by everyone, always …?
  • 18. Handwashing Yes, we all wash hands, before eating & after toilet use…
  • 19. Safe water handling “ You people from the city come here and think that we are dirty…”
  • 20. Card scoring on effectiveness of institution
  • 21.
    • Thank you!
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