Presentation on theme: "RAKHINE STATE WASH C LUSTER S TRATEGY FOR MONITORING WASH C LUSTER INTERVENTIONS A NNEX 1 – INFRASTRUCTURE A NNEX 2 – WATER QUALITY A NNEX 3 – SELF REPORTED."— Presentation transcript:
RAKHINE STATE WASH C LUSTER S TRATEGY FOR MONITORING WASH C LUSTER INTERVENTIONS A NNEX 1 – INFRASTRUCTURE A NNEX 2 – WATER QUALITY A NNEX 3 – SELF REPORTED DIARRHEA A NNEX 4 – HYGIENE BEHAVIOUR CHANGE Has there been enough consultation?
Monitoring Focus Water, Sanitation, Hygiene, Functional & maintained water supply Water quality @ source Functional, clean, safe & maintained latrines Functional Hand wash with soap Effective Solid waste management Effective Drainage Diarrhea incidence Knowledge of disease transmission & barriers Handwash practice Access, Ownership household safe water management Water quality @ household Open defecation status Disabled access to WASH Children’s access to WASH @ TLS Girls & women’s access to menstrual hygiene management facilities Women’s participation in WASH decisions Community reporting & complaints Is the focus correct? Is there anything missing?
more qualitative data collection system better measured impact Track changes in the situation and evolving needs identify shortcomings, gaps, and lessons learned for future strategy development Upward / downward accountability Involvement of non-WASH actors and the Government camp focal points More participative monitoring Strategic aims What ensures quality when we’ve all gone?
strategy infrastructure water quality self-reported diarrhea hygiene behaviour Training & Implementation inspections water testing HH surveys group discussions Database 1-16 indicators 2 indicators 1-7 indicators Analysis functionality standards trends comparisons Action maintenance rehabilitation hygiene education health promotion Strategy Does anybody know how to format text boxes in power-point???
# indicators per ANNEX Who to collect with UNICEF frequency# samples 16 - infrastructure Camp managementmonthlySystematic Sample inspections 2 - water qualityWASH partners @ source WASH partners @ HH Twice per year monthly All drinking water sources Per <5000 population, 1x water source, plus 10 HH 2 - self reported diarrhea WASH partnersWeekly (& monthly) 65–96 RS HH / site 7 - Hygiene change behaviour WASH partnersOnce per year 132–341 RS HH / site Overview of data collection What resources are required of the WASH partners for this strategy to work?
Narrative in the strategy document Location Responsibility Frequency Sample size step by step guide recording the field data reporting the Field data Field Tool Each methodology / indicator Will the methodologies be dynamic?
Time frame & Action Implementation 1.September 1 st – 30 th infrastructure training, data collection & reporting 2.September 1 st – 30 th self-reported diarrhea trg, data collection & reporting 3.October 1 st – 31 st end of the rainy season, highest seasonal groundwater levels (>FC,
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18 x monthly highs, lows and averages analysed / diseminated Database objectives 1, 2 4 & 5 indicators Camp agency infrastructure & ownership raw data WASH partner water quality at source raw data Database objective 3 indicators WASH partner diarrhea prevalence raw data WASH partner hygiene behaviour raw data WASH partner water quality at HH level raw data 18 x quarterly trends analysed / diseminated 26 x seasonal / annual trends analysed / diseminated Snapshot frequency How many indicators are WASH partners asked to provide per month?
For now,… QUESTIONS? The end When will WASH partners receive a final draft? When will the writing ever end?