Rural Water Supply NetworkCountry-led and Country-wideMonitoring of Rural and SmallTowns Water SuppliesKeynote for the WAS...
Rural Water Supply NetworkOverview• Introduction• Context• Milestones• Golden indicators• Data sources, informationflows a...
Rural Water Supply NetworkIntroductionIn Uganda, acomprehensive overviewof water supply andsanitation developmentsand chal...
Rural Water Supply NetworkContextBackground• Sector Reforms (from late1990’s)• National Programme forRural Water Supplies ...
Rural Water Supply NetworkMilestones
Rural Water Supply NetworkGolden Indicators (part 1)Theme IndicatorAccess% of people within 1.5 km (rural) and 0.2km (urba...
Rural Water Supply NetworkGolden Indicators (part 2)Theme IndicatorEquityMean Parish deviation from the District average i...
Rural Water Supply NetworkGolden Indicators (part 3)The golden indicators provide afocus for further analysis onissues and...
Rural Water Supply NetworkNGOs/CBOsNGOs/CBOsWater & EnvironmentSector Working GroupDistrict LocalGovernment(District Water...
Rural Water Supply NetworkUsing the Sector Performance Report• Reflection– Sub-sectors– Joint Sector Review• Decision-maki...
Rural Water Supply NetworkTen Golden Rules for county-wideperformance measurement• Cover the whole servicedelivery chain.•...
Rural Water Supply NetworkThanks!All Uganda Sector Performance Reports areavailable on: www.mwe.go.ugFor more RWSN publica...
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Country-led and country-wide monitoring of rural and small towns water supplies

  1. 1. Rural Water Supply NetworkCountry-led and Country-wideMonitoring of Rural and SmallTowns Water SuppliesKeynote for the WASH Symposium 2013 in Addis AbabaKerstin Danert & Joseph NarkevicRural Water Supply Network (RWSN) SecretariatSkat Foundation&Freelance Consultant1Phone: +41 (0)71 228 54 54Fax: +41 (0) 71 228 54 55E-mail: ruralwater@skat.chSecretariat hosted by Skat FoundationVadianstrasse 429000 St. Gallen, Switzerland
  2. 2. Rural Water Supply NetworkOverview• Introduction• Context• Milestones• Golden indicators• Data sources, informationflows and analysis• Using the sectorperformance report• Ten golden rules for sectorperformance measurement• Closing message
  3. 3. Rural Water Supply NetworkIntroductionIn Uganda, acomprehensive overviewof water supply andsanitation developmentsand challenges isavailable.Sector performancemeasurement is fullylinked to the planning andbudgeting process.Percentage of Operating Costs Funded byRevenue for Ugandan Water Authorities in 2008/90% 50% 100% 150% 200% 250% 300% 350%MigeeraKatwe-kabatoroAmolatarSerereKamuliKinoniKasambyaKakiriKalangalaKibibiKyazangaKachumbalaLaropiNakawukaKatakwiKibogaNkokonjeruKyoteraKapchorwaYumbePakwachDokoloBusolweMbiriziSembabuleBudakaKihihiKotidoRakaiBomboBugiriKyenjojoPallisaKitgumMpigiKangulumiraNgoraCiforoLuweroNakasongolaKalunguAdjumaniMityanaKayungaBukomansimbiNebbiApacAdukuPakeleKalisizoWobulenziBusiaNagongeraLukayaKigumbaLyantondeMoyoBudadiriSironkoBuwengeRukungiriKisoroKabwohe-…BusembatiaBundibugyoSemutoIbandaKumi100% Funded by Revenue
  4. 4. Rural Water Supply NetworkContextBackground• Sector Reforms (from late1990’s)• National Programme forRural Water Supplies andSanitation (since 2001)• Projects for Urban WaterSupply and Sanitation(more recently a facility)• Decentralised servicedeliverySector Wide Approach• Policy & legislation• Planning• Finance• Leadership• Coordination• Monitoring & Reporting
  5. 5. Rural Water Supply NetworkMilestones
  6. 6. Rural Water Supply NetworkGolden Indicators (part 1)Theme IndicatorAccess% of people within 1.5 km (rural) and 0.2km (urban) of an improved water source(in 2010, walking distance for rural areas was changed to 1km)Functionality % of improved water sources that are functional at time of spot-checkValue for Money Average cost per beneficiary of new water and sanitation schemesAccess/Use(sanitation)% of people with access to improved sanitation (household and schools)Quality% of water samples taken at the point of water collection , waste discharge pointthat comply with national standardsQuantity% increase in cumulative storage capacity availability of water for production[later changed to cumulative water for production storage capacity (m3)]
  7. 7. Rural Water Supply NetworkGolden Indicators (part 2)Theme IndicatorEquityMean Parish deviation from the District average in persons per improved water point(for national purposes, mean sub-county difference from the national average inpersons per water point is reported)Access/use(hygiene)% of people with access and using hand-washing facilitiesManagement% of water points with actively functioning Water and Sanitation Committees(rural/water for production) or boards (urban)Gender % of Water User Committees/Water Boards with women holding a key positionWaterResourcesManagementCompliance% of water abstraction and discharge permit holders complying with permitconditions (current data refers to permit validity only)
  8. 8. Rural Water Supply NetworkGolden Indicators (part 3)The golden indicators provide afocus for further analysis onissues and challenges. Theyare a means to an end ratherthan an end in itself.In Uganda, considerable work hasbeen undertaken between thestatistics bureau and ministry toensure that the same definitions ofan improved water supply are used.01020304050607080901001991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009PercentageoftheRuralPopulationwithAccesstoanImprovedWaterSourceDWD-MIS 100% FunctionalityUNHSUDHSDistrict SituationAnalysis 100% FunctionalityUNSDS
  9. 9. Rural Water Supply NetworkNGOs/CBOsNGOs/CBOsWater & EnvironmentSector Working GroupDistrict LocalGovernment(District WaterOffice)UWASNET District LocalGovernment (DistrictHealth Inspectorate)Ministry of Waterand EnvironmentMinistry of Health Ministry ofEducation & SportsUganda Bureauof StatisticsHealth InspectionsSpecificSurveysSector Performance Report (SPR)KeyData CollectionReportingManagement Information SystemMISMISMISMISNGOs/CBOsSchool InspectionsTechnical AuditsTracking StudiesCommunitiesCommunity VisitsA B CSchoolsCommunity VisitsGovernment InstitutionNon-Government InstitutionCoordination BodyQuarterly & Annual ReportsAnnualReportData(annually)Various NationalSurvey ReportsData(annually)Data (annually)‘Mini’PerformanceReports bySub-SectorsJoint Sector ReviewSmall SPRSecretariat(in Ministryof Water andEnvironment)Data Sources Information Flows and Analysis
  10. 10. Rural Water Supply NetworkUsing the Sector Performance Report• Reflection– Sub-sectors– Joint Sector Review• Decision-making– E.g. changes in allocationformula for ditrict localgovernment– Water Atlas• Planning– Budgeting– Joint Assessment Framework
  11. 11. Rural Water Supply NetworkTen Golden Rules for county-wideperformance measurement• Cover the whole servicedelivery chain.• Integrate within existingnational processes• Keep it simple.• Indicators matter, butare a means to an end• Use qualitativeinformation too• Compare data sets –• Define institutionalresponsibilities• Assign individualresponsibilities• Assess and graduallybuild capacity• Disseminate widely
  12. 12. Rural Water Supply NetworkThanks!All Uganda Sector Performance Reports areavailable on: www.mwe.go.ugFor more RWSN publications and on-linestakeholder dialogue visitwww.rural-water-supply.netordgroups.org/rwsnkerstin.danert@skat.ch

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