Monitoring and sustaining          services     Lessons learned from WaterAid’s post-implementation monitoring surveys and...
Introduction• WaterAid Mozambique started operations in  Niassa Province in 1995/6,• One of the problem of the programe  i...
PIMS-Process2 Trainings of data enumerators                                  •Introduction to the PIMS                    ...
PIMS-Methodology• Statistically significant sample used;• 3 Surveys used (House hold ;Water and  Sanitation infrastructure...
Technology used:PSI Fusion         Samsung GT-S5690 Xcover                                    www.wateraid.org
PIMS Mapper generationWaterPoint Mapper                         www.wateraid.org
Maps of water results                        www.wateraid.org
Sanitation results                     www.wateraid.org
Cost of using ICTCost of PIMS 2012/13 Pilot Phase for Four Country Programmes                                             ...
Benefits       Benefits of approach                          ReasonSpeed/Ease of Review             Significantly faster a...
Issues        Issues of approach                               ReasonUser familiarity with technology   Trade off between ...
What will Wateraid Moz do next• Impact on programmatic approach  • Reallocation of funds,  • Rehabilitation of the broken ...
Obrigado!Questions and comments                     www.wateraid.org
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Monitoring and sustaining services: Lessons learned from WaterAid's post-implementation monitoring surveys and the use of information and communications technology (The Mozambique pilot)

  1. 1. Monitoring and sustaining services Lessons learned from WaterAid’s post-implementation monitoring surveys and the useof information and communications technology (The Mozambique pilot) www.wateraid.org
  2. 2. Introduction• WaterAid Mozambique started operations in Niassa Province in 1995/6,• One of the problem of the programe implementation in Mozambique is the Sustainability of the infrastrutures,• PIMS as part of the approach to sustainability • PIMS took place from 20 August to 6 September 2012 • It covered 2 Programs (Rural and Urban) in Niassa, Zambezia Province and Quelimane and Maputo citys www.wateraid.org
  3. 3. PIMS-Process2 Trainings of data enumerators •Introduction to the PIMS •Technology •Surveys Field work (data record) •Project Officers •Goverment Staff •CBO Activists www.wateraid.org
  4. 4. PIMS-Methodology• Statistically significant sample used;• 3 Surveys used (House hold ;Water and Sanitation infrastructures;• Randomly selection of HH for HH rapid survey;• 3 years covered (2007, 2009, 2011);• Mobile data collection technology piloted www.wateraid.org
  5. 5. Technology used:PSI Fusion Samsung GT-S5690 Xcover www.wateraid.org
  6. 6. PIMS Mapper generationWaterPoint Mapper www.wateraid.org
  7. 7. Maps of water results www.wateraid.org
  8. 8. Sanitation results www.wateraid.org
  9. 9. Cost of using ICTCost of PIMS 2012/13 Pilot Phase for Four Country Programmes Central Costs £81,805 Example of in Country Costs of Pilot PIMS delivery £10,438.26 (Mozambique)Expected Annual Cost of PIMS in future years for a typical Country Programme Central Costs (apportioned between 20 Country £4,400 Programmes)In Country Costs based on PIMS pilot delivery (Mozambique) £7,990 www.wateraid.org
  10. 10. Benefits Benefits of approach ReasonSpeed/Ease of Review Significantly faster and easier for enumerators once initial technical familiarity was overcome.Conditionality of survey Speeds up survey responses – reducesquestions confusionSingle entry of data No data entry reduces cost and reduction of human errorAbility to review data real-time Ensure quality control & easy project managementAbility to track users / devices Protects against theft/lossSingle piece of hardware Surveys, GPS & Camera all on one device www.wateraid.org
  11. 11. Issues Issues of approach ReasonUser familiarity with technology Trade off between older & more experienced WASH staff and younger technologically savvy enumeratorsConnectivity Endemic problem of network availability in rural contexts – largely manageable with morning & evening synchronisation when enumerators were more likely to be in areas with connectivityGPS dropout rate 5% of GPS coordinates were droppedSynchronising problem Even when network was available – devices sometimes struggle to synchronise to networkData management & storage Cost and expertise required to effectively manage and maintain the secure storage of the growing dataset www.wateraid.org
  12. 12. What will Wateraid Moz do next• Impact on programmatic approach • Reallocation of funds, • Rehabilitation of the broken infrastructures, • Training of local mechanics/ artisans• PIMS integrated into the monitoring system• Learning review of ICT pilot phase www.wateraid.org
  13. 13. Obrigado!Questions and comments www.wateraid.org

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