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CLTS in West & Central Africa<br />November 2010WCARO  WASH <br />CLTS latrine digging in Cote d’Ivoire<br />
Sanitation Coverage in West & Central Africa<br />Progress towards the MDG sanitation target<br />Coverage in 2006 was les...
Senegal<br />CLTS in West and Central Africa <br />              to October 2010<br />Mauritania<br />Mauritania<br />Nige...
Regional CLTS data to Oct 2010<br />Triggered Villages				6,084<br />ODF Villages				1,625<br />Estimated Population <br /...
CLTS in West and Central Africa <br />Pilots now near completion<br />Regional CLTS tools shared<br />Facilitation capacit...
Standardisation of Regional Tools and documents for CLTS<br /><ul><li>Workshop outline and timetable
Workshop checklist and evaluation
Standard contracts
Draft TOR for National Level CLTS Coordination Team
Proposed ODF Criteria
ODF certification form</li></ul>All of these documents are available on the WCARO WASH Intranet site<br />
CLTS in Sierra Leone<br />CLTS Chiefdom<br /><ul><li> ‘Cascade’ training, with sub-regional emphasis
Strong govt ownership
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CLTS in West and Central Africa (overview Nov 2010)

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Overview of CLTS in West and Africa. Presented by Jane Bevan, UNICEF at the Regional CLTS Sharing and Learning workshop in Bamako, Mali, 29th November to 3rd December 2010.

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CLTS in West and Central Africa (overview Nov 2010)

  1. 1. CLTS in West & Central Africa<br />November 2010WCARO WASH <br />CLTS latrine digging in Cote d’Ivoire<br />
  2. 2. Sanitation Coverage in West & Central Africa<br />Progress towards the MDG sanitation target<br />Coverage in 2006 was less than 5 per cent below the rate it needed to be <br />for the country to reach the MDG target, or coverage was higher than 95%<br />On track<br />Coverage in 2006 was 5 per cent to 10 per cent below the rate <br />it needed to be for the country to reach the MDG target<br />Progress but insufficient<br />Not on track<br />Coverage in 2006 was more than 10 per cent below the rate it needed to be for the country to <br />reach the MDG target, or the 1990 - 2006 trend shows unchanged or decreasing coverage<br />No or insufficient data<br />Data were unavailable or insufficient to estimate trends<br />Note: The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.<br />Estimated population open defecating:<br />100 M <br />(Total pop. 392M)<br />
  3. 3. Senegal<br />CLTS in West and Central Africa <br /> to October 2010<br />Mauritania<br />Mauritania<br />Niger<br />Mali<br />Mali<br />Cape Verde<br />Cape Verde<br />Chad<br />Senegal<br />Gambia<br />Gambia<br />Burkina Faso<br />Burkina Faso<br />Guinea<br />Guinea<br />Benin<br />Benin<br />Nigeria<br />Ghana<br />Bissau<br />Guinea<br />-<br />Sierra Leone<br />Côte d’Ivoire<br />Togo<br />Togo<br />Central African Rep.<br />Liberia<br />Cameroon<br />Equatorial<br />Guinea<br />Sao Tome and Principe<br />Congo<br />Congo<br />Gabon<br />Early Established Countries (2005 – 8)<br />Congo Dem. Rep.<br />Pilot workshops held 2009 /10<br />Yet to adopt<br />19 countries with over 1,600 communities ODF to date<br />
  4. 4. Regional CLTS data to Oct 2010<br />Triggered Villages 6,084<br />ODF Villages 1,625<br />Estimated Population <br /> reached by CLTS 3,972,181<br />Estimated Population ODF 727,460<br />
  5. 5. CLTS in West and Central Africa <br />Pilots now near completion<br />Regional CLTS tools shared<br />Facilitation capacity being built<br />All countries planning or beginning at scale activities<br />Regional review conducted <br />Sanitation marketing studies ongoing<br />
  6. 6. Standardisation of Regional Tools and documents for CLTS<br /><ul><li>Workshop outline and timetable
  7. 7. Workshop checklist and evaluation
  8. 8. Standard contracts
  9. 9. Draft TOR for National Level CLTS Coordination Team
  10. 10. Proposed ODF Criteria
  11. 11. ODF certification form</li></ul>All of these documents are available on the WCARO WASH Intranet site<br />
  12. 12. CLTS in Sierra Leone<br />CLTS Chiefdom<br /><ul><li> ‘Cascade’ training, with sub-regional emphasis
  13. 13. Strong govt ownership
  14. 14. Trial of SLTS</li></li></ul><li>CLTS in Mali sustainable – one year on spot checks found ODF status largely maintained<br />
  15. 15. Progress since Pilot<br />
  16. 16. WCAR CLTS Challenges<br /><ul><li> Strong seasonality, heavy rains, emergencies
  17. 17. Local materials not always available
  18. 18. Often weak capacity at decentralised levels
  19. 19. Adequate follow-up not always possible
  20. 20. Limited government budgets for sanitation</li></li></ul><li>WCAR CLTS Review – main conclusions/opportunities<br /><ul><li>CLTS roll-out has been effective and approach has adapted well to WCA context
  21. 21. CLTS has clear potential to push WCA back on track towards reaching sanitation MDG targets
  22. 22. Renewed focus on sanitation has encouraged upstream policy and budget support in several countries
  23. 23. Costs are still ‘pilot’ but are generally between $1 and $5 per person (average $2.5)</li></li></ul><li>WCAR CLTS Review – main recommendations<br /><ul><li>Sustainability is fragile – sanitation supply chain development must follow triggering (pro-poor sanitation marketing) within 2 year window
  24. 24. Triggering : ODF ratios generally weak (Av= 25%) and could be improved by optimising geographic locations and greater concentration on follow-up/certification
  25. 25. Facilitation – monitor quality of facilitation – use natural leaders as facilitators
  26. 26. Strong models in the region (Sierra Leone, Mali, Mauritania) – document and share best practice</li></li></ul><li>Merci!<br />Thank<br />you!<br />CLTS latrine in Liberia<br />

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