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Kenya moph

  1. 1. Presentation Outline 1. Achievements 2. The Process 3. Challenges 4. Best Practice 5. Planned Activities
  2. 2. 1. Achievements in Kenya 1. PLAN Kenya held regional & National CLTS W/shops in the Country. 2. PLAN Implemented CLTS activities in 5 districts 3. The MOPHS adopted CLTS as high impact, low cost PRA tool -2009 4. Requested UNICEF to support with a Consultant to spear head the process. 5. Reviewed and Developed a National training Manual and Guideline, through consultants & partner participation (PLAN, SNV, ICC members) 6. Initiated Phase one districts, targeting 10 districts. 7. Identified and Trained TOT’s, with support
  3. 3. Achievements Con’t 6. Partnered with other CLTS interested partners & formed a National CLTS SH forum 7. Created a National CLTS support unit based at MOPHS HQ’s & have a regional Coordinator 8. Contracted external verifiers – process / ODF
  4. 4. Achievements Con’t 11. In a span of 2½ Months, one district had over 109 ODF villages claim 12. After 15 hrs of trigger, one village had started constructing over 60 toilets 13. Video taping & documentation provides motivation to villagers, NLs & practitioners
  5. 5. 2. The Process  Regional & National Workshops  Stakeholders meetings  Joint trainings  Experience sharing  Gov’t Commitment  Community Motivation  One approach to CLTS implementation
  6. 6. 3. Challenges Community 1. No major challenge noted in the community Practitioners 1. Passion for sanitation? 2. Mandate of the organization 3. How long do you want to stay with the community 4. Capacity – including staff
  7. 7. Challenges Con’t 5. Lack of Supportive Policy & Strategy 6. Lack of Gov’t support 7. Lack of coordination structure 8. Different approach by partners to sanitation implementation 9. Poor documentation 10. Lack of community appreciation.
  8. 8. 4. Best Practice 1. Gov’t Commitment 2. Policy & Sanitation Strategy 3. National CLTS Coordination structure 4. National & County CLTS forum 5. SWAp in CLTS – Joint approach 6. AOP / Performance Contracting 7. Good documentation 8. Appreciating communities & NL 9. Respect community structures 10. Encourage women & children
  9. 9. 5. Planned Activities 1. Finalize the strategy 2. Strengthen National SH forum 3. Train all 6,000 + PHO’s/EHO’s 4. Operationalize the sanitation strategy 5. Map out all stakeholders in the Counties 6. Reach all the 7,800 community units 7. Declare Kenya ODF by 2013 8. Increase latrine coverage to 100% - 2015 9. Have HW facilities in every household by 2015 10. Have good advocacy, documentation &
  10. 10. Planned Activities Con’t 11. Support partner implementation 12. Appreciate community contribution 13. Cebrate the world toilet day & ODF Week (6th – 10th Dec) 14. A National CLTS Celebration – March 2011 15. Start phase 1 SLTS through partners (PLAN) & scale up later 16. Have external evaluators / verifiers 17. Involve major SH’s – Treasury, WB & other Development partners 18. Think Big
  11. 11. Minister, PS, UNICEF Country Director & NL during ODF celebration
  12. 12. Procession during ODF Celebration
  13. 13. ASANTENI ADAM MOHAMED ALI NATIONAL CLTS SUPPORT UNIT COORDINATOR MINISTRY OF PUBLIC HEALTH & SANITATION (MOPHS) - KENYA.

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