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1 Meera Mehta, Dinesh Mehta and PAS team, CEPT University 1 Performance Assessment System for Urban Water Supply and Sanitation

2 Drinking water India Population (millions) MDG target (85%) has been reached! Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation, (JMP) Media Round Table ( )

3 Sanitation situation is worse in India

4 Population (millions) Sanitation in India MDG target (69%) Will not be reached! Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation, (JMP) Media Round Table ( )

5 State progress to meet the Sanitation MDG India will reach MDG at this rate by 2054 only Source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation, (JMP) Media Round Table ( )

6 Waste water treatment Source: Water and Sanitation Programme (WSP), presentation at National Urban Water Awards, March 2014

7 Misallocated investments?? Performance Assessment Systems Project in UWSS in India $3.57 Bn APPROVED COST FOR WATER SUPPLY PROJECTS JnNURM $281 Mn FUNDS ALLOCATED FOR WATER SUPPLY PROJECTS UIDSSMT $2.54 Bn APPROVED COST FOR SEWERAGE PROJECTS JnNURM $161 Mn FUNDS ALLOCATED FOR SEWERAGE PROJECTS UIDSSMT Total Investments … And YET………………… 18.6% HOUSEHOLDS LACK ON-PREMISE LATRINE FACILITY 12.6% HOUSEHOLDS RESORTING TO OPEN DEFECATION 8.1% 8.6% HOUSEHOLDS USING UNTREATED TAP WATER HOUSEHOLDS LACK ON-PREMISE WATER SUPPLY FACILITY

8 Our Approach – benchmarking water and sanitation Worsening urban water and sanitation service delivery No monitoring by state and local governments No monitoring by state and local governments Complete lack of performance Measurement Service performance deteriorates over time Performance Monitoring at scale and at all levels: centre, state and local Performance Monitoring at scale and at all levels: centre, state and local Performance Measurement With agreed key indicators against goals Performance Measurement With agreed key indicators against goals Performance Improvement plans, tools and innovative financing Performance Improvement plans, tools and innovative financing Influence policy and financing Set goals and priorities Use of technology for sustainability and scale Improved urban water and sanitation service delivery Measure and monitor performance to reward and learn from success and demonstrate results

9 Water supply, waste water, solid waste management & storm water PAS Annual service delivery profile for 419 cities in 2 States covering 32 Key indicators and 90 local action indicators Performance Assessment System Old city area Newly developing colonies

10 We have come a long way from this

11 Online data entry camps in state capitals PAS Project 11

12 State agencies, data and analysis Web based measurement and monitoring Data entry: at city level Data storage: at state level Shared data available at various levels Cities – data, results, analysis Citizens Access to analysis, results

13 Online Monitoring State profile of all SLBs Overview of all cities City profile of all SLBs Documentation of good practices

14 State level dashboard PAS Project 14

15 City level dashboard PAS Project 15

16 Lessons and Challenges

17 Key Lessons – 1  Scale is critical to demonstrate importance of performance assessment systems  Working with governments is essential, but so is patience…..adequate time required to mainstream in government system – 5 to 7 years  Government ownership and regular reviews are essential  Once fully set up, PAS can be used for both outcome monitoring and rational investment decisions  Benchmarking exercise needs to be linked to performance based funding

18  Need to strengthen delivery of water supply and sanitation  Lack of functioning bulk water meters  Consumer level water meters non-functional  Many Sewage treatment plants non-functional due to poor maintenance  on-site sanitation services poor  Meeting the financing gap for water and sanitation – low cost –no cost options  Linking performance measurement to service improvement is necessary to sustain interest of local governments Key Challenges

19 Thank You Old city area Newly developing colonies


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