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A glance at the post 2015 indicators

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By Guy Hutton, Didier Allely and Rolf Luyendijk. Prepared for the Monitoring sustainable WASH service delivery symposium, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 9-11 April 2013.

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A glance at the post 2015 indicators

  1. 1. A Glance at the Post 2015 Indicators Guy Hutton Didier Allely Rolf Luyendijk WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme IRC Symposium “Monitoring Sustainable WASH” – Addis Ababa 11.04.2013
  2. 2. JMP Strategic priorities (2009) Maintaining JMP data (data compilation and analysis) Disseminating JMP Country Outreach data and estimates (Workshops, (Reports, snapshots data reconciliation, website)training material etc.) Fulfilling JMPs normative role (indicator development etc.) IRC Symposium “Monitoring Sustainable WASH” – Addis Ababa 11.04.2013 2
  3. 3. Berlin Consultation (May 2011)>60 experts, members of global, regional & national agenciesRecommendations•Improve existing global WatSan monitoring system•Aspire to universal access with interim targets•Special attention to reflecting the human rights to WatSan•Expand targets and indicators, globally relevant•Explore different standards for rural and urban•Promote greater alignment between global and national•Political sensitization and link to future development goals•Draft a Roadmap and set up Working Groups IRC Symposium “Monitoring Sustainable WASH” – Addis Ababa 11.04.2013 3 3
  4. 4. Tasks of the Working Groups• Propose a menu of improved global targets and indicators• Advise the most SMART “bankable” ones for global level, congruent with a possible SDG on water• Identify the means to measure these targets and indicators• Process: work with other WGs, broader consultation IRC Symposium “Monitoring Sustainable WASH” – Addis Ababa 11.04.2013 4 4 4
  5. 5. Summary Outcomes of Working Groups • Universal use of basic WASH • Higher levels of service • Progressively reduce inequalities towards universality • Sustainability • Settings beyond the household IRC Symposium “Monitoring Sustainable WASH” – Addis Ababa 11.04.2013
  6. 6. The Four Proposed Targets1. By 2025: – no one practices open defecation2. By 2030: – everyone uses basic drinking-water supply and adequate hand washing facilities when at home – all schools and health care facilities provide all users with basic drinking-water supply & adequate sanitation, hand washing facilities and menstrual hygiene facilities IRC Symposium “Monitoring Sustainable WASH” – Addis Ababa 11.04.2013 6 6
  7. 7. The Four Proposed Targets3. By 2040: – everyone uses adequate sanitation when at home – the proportion of the population not using intermediate drinking-water supply at home is reduced by half – the excreta from at least half of schools, health centres and households are safely managedFor all these targets: Progressive reduction in disparitiesbetween selected sub-groups IRC Symposium “Monitoring Sustainable WASH” – Addis Ababa 11.04.2013 7 7
  8. 8. Progressive reduction in disparities 100 100 90 80 Advantaged 70 e(%) 60 60 overag 50 Disadvantaged 40C 30 20 10 15 0 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 Year IRC Symposium “Monitoring Sustainable WASH” – Addis Ababa 11.04.2013 8 8
  9. 9. Proposed ‘basic’ household access definitionsBasic drinking water supply: – Use of an improved drinking water source – ≤ 30 minute water collection round trip – Urban: exclude protected dug wells and springsAdequate sanitation – Use of an improved sanitation facility – Shared between five households or lessHandwashing facility – Fixed or movable device to contain, transport or regulate the flow of water, with soap and water, available near sanitation facilities and where food is prepared/consumed IRC Symposium “Monitoring Sustainable WASH” – Addis Ababa 11.04.2013 9 9
  10. 10. Definitions for higher level servicesIntermediate drinking water supply at home – Use of an improved drinking water source on premises – Available in acceptable quantities at least 12/14 days – <10 cfu E.Coli/100mlSafe management of household excreta – Carried through a sewer network to a designated location (e.g. treatment facility) with treatment; or – Hygienically collected from septic tanks or latrine pits by a suction truck (or similar) and transported to a designated location for treatment; or – Stored on site (e.g. in a sealed latrine pit) until they are safe to handle and re-use (e.g. as an agricultural input) IRC Symposium “Monitoring Sustainable WASH” – Addis Ababa 11.04.2013 10 10
  11. 11. Target 4: Cross-Cutting IssuesAll WASH services are delivered in a progressively affordable,accountable, financially & environmentally sustainable manner• Providers registered with a regulatory authority• Financial expenditure of poor households on WASH below 3% of the national poverty line• Ratio of annual revenue to annual expenditure on O&M• Ratio of annual expenditure on O&M to annualized value of capital assets• Water supply within national standards of faecal content• Ratio of per capita water production to renewable water resources IRC Symposium “Monitoring Sustainable WASH” – Addis Ababa 11.04.2013 11 11
  12. 12. Outcomes of Expert / Stakeholder Meetings• Revisit ambition of targets, end-date consistency• Reduce number of targets• Fine-tune and adjust definition of indicators and appropriateness of wording• Further review measurability of proposed indicators• Communication strategy – The materials & messages – Target audiences and mechanisms of influence – Partners and carriers of “Monitoring Sustainable WASH” – Addis Ababa 11.04.2013 12 IRC Symposium messages 12
  13. 13. Priorities for 2013 (in process…)• Technical refinement and evidence gathering – Further engagement of WG Chairs and experts, further evidence reviews, incorporate feedback from consultations, revised proposal – Assess costs of achieving WASH targets and financing gaps – Collect information on proposed indicators and create credible baseline – assess likely costs/mechanisms of global monitoring• Engage in broader technical and political processes – UN Thematic Consultations: ‘Big’ Water, other themes (sustainability, governance, gender, education, health, …) – High level stakeholders and ‘champions’, High Level Panel, open working group on Sustainable Development Goals – Dialogue with countries and regional bodies IRC Symposium “Monitoring Sustainable WASH” – Addis Ababa 11.04.2013 13 13
  14. 14. Thank you for listening WHO / UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme www.wssinfo.org World Health Organization Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Health www.who.int/water_sanitation_health UNICEF Water, Sanitation and Hygiene www.unicef.org/wash UNICEF Statistics www.childinfo.org IRC Symposium “Monitoring Sustainable WASH” – Addis Ababa 11.04.2013

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