Symposium MonitoringSustainable WASH ServiceDelivery
Who are we?
Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery SymposiumPresentation Title365%11%1%18%5%1%409 representatives from 58countries
Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery SymposiumPublic Sector – National AuthoritiesNGO InternationalNGO NationalNGO...
Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery SymposiumMen vs Women
Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery SymposiumAge groups
Symposium MonitoringSustainable WASH ServiceDelivery
Programme Symposium MonitoringSustainable WASH Service Delivery
6 topics1. Monitoring the finance needed for service delivery2. Country-led and country-wide monitoring of rural and small...
Monitoring the finance needed for servicedeliveryTopic leader: Catarina Fonseca, IRC/WASHCostSessions:•Why financial monit...
Country-led and country-wide monitoring ofrural and small towns water suppliesTopic leader: Kerstin Danert, RWSNSessions:•...
Country-led and country-wide monitoring ofrural and small towns water suppliesTopic leader: Kerstin Danert, RWSNSessions:•...
Project monitoring: a vicious cycle of donoraccountability or a necessary stepping stoneto better national WASH sector mon...
Project monitoring: a vicious cycle of donoraccountability or a necessary stepping stoneto better national WASH sector mon...
ICT for monitoring sustainable servicedeliveryTopic leader: Joseph Pearce, WaterAidSessions:•ICT: Programme and project mo...
Monitoring for sanitation and hygieneTopic leader: Carolien van der Voorden, WSSCCSessions:•Setting the scene: Sanitation ...
Monitoring for sanitation and hygieneTopic leader: Carolien van der Voorden, WSSCCSessions:•Markets, technology, and toolk...
Building coherence in global – regional –national WASH monitoringTopic leader: Piers Cross in collaboration with UN-Water ...
Extra sessions•Community level monitoring and tools, led by ArtoSuominen•Monitoring the enabling environment, led by Stef ...
Plenary sessionsWednesday:– Feedback from Ethiopia National WASH InventorySeminar– Monitoring performance or performing mo...
……. and more•Demo space: UPGRADE YOUR MONITORING: the latestinformation and communications technology in the WASH sectorTu...
Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
Any Other Business• Rooms: full is full• USB sticks: on request at the secretariat• After the symposiumAll papers and pres...
Symposium website!www.irc.nl/symposium2013With updates and changes in the programmeTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WA...
Tweet!If you want to twitter use hashtag:#WASHmonTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
Blog!Check out the blog:http://washmonitoring.wordpress.com/If you want to blog:Contact Petra Brussee, Angelica de Jesus o...
Symposium MonitoringSustainable WASH ServiceDelivery
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  1. 1. Symposium MonitoringSustainable WASH ServiceDelivery
  2. 2. Who are we?
  3. 3. Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery SymposiumPresentation Title365%11%1%18%5%1%409 representatives from 58countries
  4. 4. Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery SymposiumPublic Sector – National AuthoritiesNGO InternationalNGO NationalNGO LocalMultilateral Aid Agency / UN AgenciesBilateral Aid AgencyFoundationUniversity / Research institutePrivate Sector – National CompanyConsulting Company26% Public sector – National Authorities46% International NGOs
  5. 5. Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery SymposiumMen vs Women
  6. 6. Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery SymposiumAge groups
  7. 7. Symposium MonitoringSustainable WASH ServiceDelivery
  8. 8. Programme Symposium MonitoringSustainable WASH Service Delivery
  9. 9. 6 topics1. Monitoring the finance needed for service delivery2. Country-led and country-wide monitoring of rural and smalltowns water supplies3. Project monitoring: a vicious cycle of donor accountabilityor a necessary stepping stone to better national WASHsector monitoring?4. ICT for monitoring sustainable service delivery5. Monitoring for sanitation and hygiene6. Building coherence in global – regional – national WASHmonitoringTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  10. 10. Monitoring the finance needed for servicedeliveryTopic leader: Catarina Fonseca, IRC/WASHCostSessions:•Why financial monitoring matters: Global perspectivesand indicators•Monitoring financial flows at global and national level:Approaches and methodologies•Joint session: Financial monitoring to assess costeffectiveness of sanitation and hygiene interventions•Improving service delivery by linking monitoring withdecision making at national levelTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  11. 11. Country-led and country-wide monitoring ofrural and small towns water suppliesTopic leader: Kerstin Danert, RWSNSessions:•What is country-led monitoring of rural and small townswater supplies?•Fulfilling mandates and responding to regulations forrural and small town water supplies•Collecting, collating, and using information in country-ledmonitoringTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  12. 12. Country-led and country-wide monitoring ofrural and small towns water suppliesTopic leader: Kerstin Danert, RWSNSessions:•Joining hands – Where is the accountability for projectand country-led monitoring of rural and small town watersupplies?•From data to decision-making: Government use of ICTsin rural & small towns water supplies•What is needed to establish, maintain and use country-led monitoring systems for rural and small towns watersupplies?Title, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  13. 13. Project monitoring: a vicious cycle of donoraccountability or a necessary stepping stoneto better national WASH sector monitoring?Topic leader: Harold Lockwood, Aguaconsult and IRC/Triple-SSessions:•Opening and keynote address – setting the scene forproject monitoring•Innovations of bi-lateral donors in project monitoring:The rise and rise of sustainability checks•NGO innovations in project monitoring and linkages withcountry-led frameworksTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  14. 14. Project monitoring: a vicious cycle of donoraccountability or a necessary stepping stoneto better national WASH sector monitoring?Topic leader: Harold Lockwood, Aguaconsult and IRC/Triple-SSessions:•Joining hands – Where is the accountability for projectand country-led monitoring of rural and small town watersupplies?Title, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  15. 15. ICT for monitoring sustainable servicedeliveryTopic leader: Joseph Pearce, WaterAidSessions:•ICT: Programme and project monitoring•Factors for successful design and implementation of ICT•Automated systems•Use of data for decision-making•From data to decision-making: Government use of ICTsin rural & small towns water suppliesTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  16. 16. Monitoring for sanitation and hygieneTopic leader: Carolien van der Voorden, WSSCCSessions:•Setting the scene: Sanitation & hygiene monitoring•Monitoring for sustainable open defecation free status•Joint session: Financial monitoring to assess costeffectiveness of sanitation & hygiene interventions•Monitoring behaviour-change outcomes for sanitation &hygiene at scale and for allTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  17. 17. Monitoring for sanitation and hygieneTopic leader: Carolien van der Voorden, WSSCCSessions:•Markets, technology, and toolkits: Viability andsustainability•Monitoring handwashing behaviour changeTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  18. 18. Building coherence in global – regional –national WASH monitoringTopic leader: Piers Cross in collaboration with UN-Water GlobalAnalysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water (UN-Water GLAAS)Sessions:•Aligning global, regional, and national WASH monitoring•Aligning country analytic methodologies•Next generation global approaches•Monitoring human resources in WASHTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  19. 19. Extra sessions•Community level monitoring and tools, led by ArtoSuominen•Monitoring the enabling environment, led by Stef SmitsTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  20. 20. Plenary sessionsWednesday:– Feedback from Ethiopia National WASH InventorySeminar– Monitoring performance or performing monitoring?Lessons on the politics of monitoringThursday:– Global and national monitoring’s forgotten history– A glance at the post-2015 indicators– Monitoring: Fit for purpose?– Closing session: synthesis & panel debateTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  21. 21. ……. and more•Demo space: UPGRADE YOUR MONITORING: the latestinformation and communications technology in the WASH sectorTuesday 18:00 – 20:00 in Harar GrillWednesday 18:00 – 19:00 in Harar Grill•Side events:– Practical guidance for implementing the rights to water andsanitation: a handbook. 18:00 in Ibex– How can we engage in monitoring past High Level meeting(HLM) commitments and preparing for the 2014 HLM? SWA(Sanitation and Water for All). 17:30 in Jacaranda– Launch of the UNICEF/IRC MoU for sustainable washservices in Mozambique. 18:00 in Ballroom IITitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
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  31. 31. Any Other Business• Rooms: full is full• USB sticks: on request at the secretariat• After the symposiumAll papers and presentations on the IRC websiteA book with 6 chapters and a synthesis• Waterlines special available as free down load• Ermias Woldeamlak for life screen projection• Abraham Haile Biru for video reportsTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  32. 32. Symposium website!www.irc.nl/symposium2013With updates and changes in the programmeTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  33. 33. Tweet!If you want to twitter use hashtag:#WASHmonTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
  34. 34. Blog!Check out the blog:http://washmonitoring.wordpress.com/If you want to blog:Contact Petra Brussee, Angelica de Jesus or CorDietvorstTitle, speakerMonitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium
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