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Stockholm Presentation To Wsp Council On Results Of Iys 19 August09


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Stockholm Presentation To Wsp Council On Results Of Iys 19 August09

  1. 1. Update onWSP’s Global Sanitation Strategy & Moving Forward with Sanitation and Hygiene Jae So Water and Sanitation Program Stockholm, Sweden, August 2009
  2. 2. Status of the WSP Sanitation Strategy: Progress since 2006 2010-2018 2009 Leveraging 70% of WSP Knowledge and 2008 portfolio Partnerships to International sanitation scale up 2007 Year of and hygiene; sanitation and 41% of WSP Sanitation 6 sanitation hygiene portfolio Economics of studies; 2006 sanitation and Sanitation Launch of Global hygiene Sanitation 2 regional Hygiene 2 regional sanitation Strategy Crisis study sanitation presented in conferences conferences Paris 2
  3. 3. 1. Status of the WSP Sanitation Strategy 2. Update on WSP Action Plan to support IYS 3. WSP Hygiene Strategy 4. Next Steps 3
  4. 4. Results of WSP’s Action Plan for IYS Components of WSP’s IYS Action Plan 1. Partnering to Implement International Year of Sanitation 2. Advocating for Reform 3. Supporting Policies, Strategies, Scaling Up 4. Sanitation Roadmaps 5. Learning, Capturing, Sharing Knowledge 4
  5. 5. Partnering to Implement IYS Global Advocacy • Generate political commitment • Prepare country-level sanitation MDG Governments Put roadmaps Sanitation and • Follow-up for national policy reforms Hygiene on Political and sanitation scale-up programs Agenda EASAN November 2007 SACOSAN III LATINOSAN October 2008 November 2007 AFRICASAN V February 2008 5
  6. 6. Partnering to Implement IYS Implementing eThekwini commitments • AU Heads of State Endorsement of eThekwini Declaration a turning point • 25 country action plans developed • Increased budgets for sanitation: $10m (TZ) and $2.3m (Burkina); • Kenya: Separate Ministry of Public Health & Sanitation + 4% budget increase • AMCOW capacity to provide leadership in implementation growing • AMCOW Secretariat operational Strategic direction: • Country level: Support implementation of country action plans • Regional level: coordinate tracking of eThekwini commitments • WSP coordinating implementation 6
  7. 7. Advocating for Reform Economics of Sanitation Initiative The Economics of Sanitation Initiative Economic sector work is raising the profile of sanitation and getting governments to take action 7
  8. 8. Supporting Policies, Strategies, Scaling Up Urban Sanitation Indonesia Sanitation Sector Development Program (ISSDP)  6 small and medium sized towns have produced city-wide poor-inclusive Sanitation Strategy  Approach is now being used by the government as basis for their Acceleration of their Urban Sanitation Program to reach 330 cities by 2014 Building Local Government Capacity To Provide Poor- inclusive Urban Sanitation Services 8
  9. 9. Supporting Policies, Strategies, Scaling Up Rural Sanitation Building Local Government Capacity to Change Sanitation Behaviors and Increase Access to Rural Sanitation Sanitation coverage increased from 0.5 million people in 2006 to almost 3 million in 2009 9
  10. 10. Supporting Policies, Strategies, Scaling Up Scaling Up Hygiene and Sanitation “Igniting” Amhara (Ethiopia) to Scale Up Hygiene and Sanitation Progress of Latrine Coverage in Four Districts in Amhara Progress of Latrine Coverage in Four Districts in Amhara 70 70 60 60  10 Districts “ignited” and moving towards Percentage 50 50 40 ODF mhara e 30 40 age Baseline Jan.08 20 30 Baseline Total Coverage Jan 09 Jan.08 10 20  ~1million people Total Coverage Jan 09 0 10Gonder Achefer Kewet Tehuledere reached through 0 program Districts Gonder Achefer Kewet Tehuledere Districts Districts Baseline Jan.08 Total Coverage Jan 09 10
  11. 11. Learning, Capturing, Sharing Knowledge Creating Sanitation Markets in Peru US$ 100,000 in sanitation micro-loans by private banking sector 11
  12. 12. Learning, Capturing, Sharing Knowledge Understanding Sanitation Finance Six Country Study on Sanitation Finance Allocated capital costs per household A Range of Onsite Sanitation Financing Options Exist 12
  13. 13. Learning, Capturing, Sharing Knowledge Regional Knowledge Sharing Lessons are shared across regions as they happen through innovative sharing techniques, providing technical assistance to other countries upon demand. Technical Internships assistance Bolivia Colombia Ecuador Guatemala Nicaragua Honduras Panama • Partnership building strategies • Behavior change methodologies • Enabling Environment strategies • M&E methodologies and tools • Capturing knowledge • Visit is designed according to learning needs (7 to 10 days) • Real time learning – immersion in the field, trainee becomes part of the process • Two way learning – feedback provided by trainee 13
  14. 14. Learning, Capturing, Sharing Knowledge Creating Country Focused Knowledge Development of capacity building and training materials is critical for scaling up sanitation and hygiene 14
  15. 15. Moving Forward on Sanitation Regional partnerships in East Asia and Africa with key development partners CSO- Africa Phase II (in 30 countries) Donors & Partners: Harmonization & Alignment Impact Evaluation of large scale Sanitation and Handwashing interventions in 6 countries Country Level Political Economy of Sanitation Monitoring Economics of Sanitation Initiative in SAR and Institutions, AFR, and phase II in EAP Policymakers Sharing lessons on working with the domestic private sector to improve sanitation products and Service Providers services Sustainability of CLTS in Bangladesh, and Sanitation Marketing in Vietnam Citizens Sharing Lessons and Supporting Sanitation Scale up in new Countries Further Support to Countries to Scale Up Rural Sanitation in Ethiopia, Tanzania, India, Indonesia 15
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