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Supporting water sanitation
and hygiene services for life
.
Getting towards universal
coverage
A roadmap with tools – illu...
An Agenda for Change
An initiative of IRC, WaterAid, Water For
People, Aguaconsult and Osprey
Foundation
Aims
• Everyone c...
A roadmap, with tools
• From a district perspective
• Towards national systems
Municipality
Institutions
Service
inventory
Costs
Municipal
planning
National
Guidelines for
institutional
development
Mon...
Institutions
Presence and
performance of authority
and providers
Institutions
• Institutional check-lists
• Performance assessment
• Guidelines to establish
providers and authorities
Service inventory
Assets (infrastructure)
Service levels
Water resources
Service inventory
• National monitoring
systems
• Shit-flow diagrammes
• Water resources
mapping
Costs
Combining population, asset and cost data for
a long-term perspective (10 years)
16% no access
18% broken facilities
55% s...
Combining population, asset and cost data for
a long term perspective
Costing everyone forever
Capital Expenditure US$ XX
...
Understanding costs of service delivery
• Life-cycle cost
analysis
• Asset management
tools
Municipal planning
Municipal planning
• Clarifying fiscal
decentralization
• Budget tracking
• Matching costs with
finances
• Municipal plann...
Implementation
With accountability and
learning
Implementation
• Learning alliances
• National monitoring
systems
• Budget tracking
• Sustainability checks
• Citizen scor...
Reflections
• In theory, a clear pathway; in reality road may be windy with lots of
turns.
• Essence is:
- Use national sy...
Visiting address
Bezuidenhoutseweg 2
2594 AV The Hague
The Netherlands
Postal address
P.O. Box 82327
2508 EH The Hague
The...
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Getting towards universal coverage by Stef Smits

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Getting towards universal coverage
A roadmap with tools – illustrated by experiences from Honduras
Stef Smits
IRC Event
30 March 2016

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Getting towards universal coverage by Stef Smits

  1. 1. Supporting water sanitation and hygiene services for life . Getting towards universal coverage A roadmap with tools – illustrated by experiences from Honduras Stef Smits IRC Event 30 March 2016
  2. 2. An Agenda for Change An initiative of IRC, WaterAid, Water For People, Aguaconsult and Osprey Foundation Aims • Everyone covered with adequate WASH services in focus districts • Local ‘systems’ in place to ensure services are ‘forever’ • National ‘systems’ in place to enable other districts to reach everyone, forever
  3. 3. A roadmap, with tools • From a district perspective • Towards national systems
  4. 4. Municipality Institutions Service inventory Costs Municipal planning National Guidelines for institutional development Monitoring system Financial policy Costing and asset management tools Implementatio n Methodology for municipal policies Methodology for municipal planning
  5. 5. Institutions Presence and performance of authority and providers
  6. 6. Institutions • Institutional check-lists • Performance assessment • Guidelines to establish providers and authorities
  7. 7. Service inventory Assets (infrastructure) Service levels Water resources
  8. 8. Service inventory • National monitoring systems • Shit-flow diagrammes • Water resources mapping
  9. 9. Costs
  10. 10. Combining population, asset and cost data for a long-term perspective (10 years) 16% no access 18% broken facilities 55% substandard service 11% basic service
  11. 11. Combining population, asset and cost data for a long term perspective Costing everyone forever Capital Expenditure US$ XX Capital Expenditure by users (self supply) - US$ YY Capital maintenance expenditure (immediate) US$ ZZ Mix of capital (maintenance) expenditure and support to operational expenditure US$ XZ Likely to require capital maintenance US$ ZZ in next 10 years Minor % not requiring investment --- Direct support US$ QQ Total costs of reaching everyone forever US$ XYZQ
  12. 12. Understanding costs of service delivery • Life-cycle cost analysis • Asset management tools
  13. 13. Municipal planning
  14. 14. Municipal planning • Clarifying fiscal decentralization • Budget tracking • Matching costs with finances • Municipal planning • Municipal policies and by-laws Financial flows in the WASH sector in Honduras. Source: Public Expenditure Review: Decentralization of Water and Sanitation Services. World Bank 2014
  15. 15. Implementation With accountability and learning
  16. 16. Implementation • Learning alliances • National monitoring systems • Budget tracking • Sustainability checks • Citizen scorecards Supervising implementation of new systems 0% Supervising rehabilitation works 4% Monitoring 17% Support to service providers 58% Planning, coordination, reporting 4% Other 17% Break-down of spending per activity group
  17. 17. Reflections • In theory, a clear pathway; in reality road may be windy with lots of turns. • Essence is: - Use national systems, or support their application - Use districts as space for ‘experimenting’ • A very rational approach: using data for planning, and hard accountability over its implementation - In reality, hard engagement with political processes and bottom- up processes
  18. 18. Visiting address Bezuidenhoutseweg 2 2594 AV The Hague The Netherlands Postal address P.O. Box 82327 2508 EH The Hague The Netherlands T +31 70 3044000 info@ircwash.org www.ircwash.org Supporting water sanitation and hygiene services for life

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