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Republic of Namibia CASE STUDY 2: 5 YEAR SANITATION STATEGY IN NAMIBIA 2010/11 – 2014/15 Presented by Victor Slinger & Sjaak de Boer Water and Sanitation.

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1 Republic of Namibia CASE STUDY 2: 5 YEAR SANITATION STATEGY IN NAMIBIA 2010/11 – 2014/15 Presented by Victor Slinger & Sjaak de Boer Water and Sanitation Workshop 18 th to 22 nd October 2010, Nairobi, KENYA

2 Presentation Outline 1. 1.High Level Statements 2. 2.Background and Introduction 3. 3.Strategy and Target 4. 4.Key Sector Stakeholders 5. 5.Linkages with statements 6. 6.Key Indicators and Targets 7. 7.Sanitation Selection Criteria 8. 8.Strategic Themes and Map 9. 9.Strategy Accountabilities and Responsibilities

3 Mission To provide, with minimal impact on environment, acceptable, affordable and sustainable sanitation services for Namibian households. Vision A healthy environment and improved quality of life by providing Sanitation services for urban and rural households. Slogan Sanitation for Improved Quality of Life and Key to Healthy Communities Mission To provide, with minimal impact on environment, acceptable, affordable and sustainable sanitation services for Namibian households. Vision A healthy environment and improved quality of life by providing Sanitation services for urban and rural households. Slogan Sanitation for Improved Quality of Life and Key to Healthy Communities High Level Statements

4 Background and Introduction The situational analysis (stakeholderThe situational analysis (stakeholder analysis, external and internal analysis) was carried out prior to developing the Strategy. It revealed the major threats, opportunities, strengths and weaknesses faced by the Sanitation Sector today.It revealed the major threats, opportunities, strengths and weaknesses faced by the Sanitation Sector today. From this the key strategic issues were revealed.From this the key strategic issues were revealed.

5 Strategy The implementation of this strategy should be achieved through Sectoral Coordination, Integrated Development and Community Based Management with a Sector-Wide Approach in Financial Resource Allocation. Target To reach 66% of the Namibian population in 2015, by halving the proportion of people without adequate sustainable access to Improved Sanitation, reaching 57% coverage in rural and 80% in urban areas.

6 Key Sector Stakeholders

7 Key Participants at different levels Traditional Authorities play an important role in Rural Activities

8 Namibian Constitution Vision 2030 NDP 3 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)

9 Key Indicators and Targets Hygiene awareness and education campaignsHygiene awareness and education campaigns Community project specific sanitation trainingCommunity project specific sanitation training Practicing safe hygiene behaviourPracticing safe hygiene behaviour Access to improved sanitation in urban areasAccess to improved sanitation in urban areas Access to improved sanitation in rural areasAccess to improved sanitation in rural areas Target sanitation coverage in rural areas = 57%Target sanitation coverage in rural areas = 57% Sanitation coverage in urban areas = 80%Sanitation coverage in urban areas = 80%

10 Key Indicators and Targets Public institutions with improved sanitation facilities (incl. schools, hostels, border posts, clinics, shops and service stations)Public institutions with improved sanitation facilities (incl. schools, hostels, border posts, clinics, shops and service stations) No. Children under 5 years old reported with diarrhoea in last 2 weeksNo. Children under 5 years old reported with diarrhoea in last 2 weeks Households accepting and using the selected sanitation systemHouseholds accepting and using the selected sanitation system New jobs created in the sanitation sectorNew jobs created in the sanitation sector Sanitation systems constructed and operated according to environmental standardsSanitation systems constructed and operated according to environmental standards

11 General Strategic Approach Enabling EnvironmentEnabling Environment Sustainable Behavioural ChangeSustainable Behavioural Change Range of options for allRange of options for all Delivery Process and RateDelivery Process and Rate

12 Sanitation Selection Criteria All sanitation systems depend on various factors which need to be evaluated in detail in different Namibian contextsAll sanitation systems depend on various factors which need to be evaluated in detail in different Namibian contexts The factors or selection criteria are depicted in the next slideThe factors or selection criteria are depicted in the next slide

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14 Strategic Themes and Map The Sanitation Sector believes that it can realise its vision when focusing on 6 Themes or Building components.The Sanitation Sector believes that it can realise its vision when focusing on 6 Themes or Building components. These themes are built onto one another or interdependent thus representing various processesThese themes are built onto one another or interdependent thus representing various processes

15 Strategic Themes and Map The Strategy Map shows how the 20 objectives (or essential building blocks) are dependent on each other over the six themes.The Strategy Map shows how the 20 objectives (or essential building blocks) are dependent on each other over the six themes. A chain of cause – effect relations was created, which will lead to the desired outcome (See next slide).A chain of cause – effect relations was created, which will lead to the desired outcome (See next slide).

16 F. SOCIO-ECONOMIC-ENVIRONMANTAL OUTPUTS & OUTCOMES A. WATSAN SECTOR COORDINATION 1. Social Improvements 2. Economic Improvements 3. Environmental Improvements 4. Appropriate Performance Management System & Structures in Place, based on Proper Baselines 4. Appropriate Performance Management System & Structures in Place, based on Proper Baselines 1. Improved Coordination amongst all Sanitation Stakeholders at Central, Regional & Local Levels 1. Improved Coordination amongst all Sanitation Stakeholders at Central, Regional & Local Levels 2. Legislative & Regulatory Frameworks Developed, Harmonised & Communicated 2. Legislative & Regulatory Frameworks Developed, Harmonised & Communicated 3. Developed Set of Technical Sanitation Guidelines, incl. Options with Standards, Application Areas & C,O,M Costs 3. Developed Set of Technical Sanitation Guidelines, incl. Options with Standards, Application Areas & C,O,M Costs B. INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY BUILDING 2. Sufficient & Competent Staff in Place at Central, Regional & Local Levels 2. Sufficient & Competent Staff in Place at Central, Regional & Local Levels 3. Sufficient Physical Resources Provided at Central, Regional & Local Levels 3. Sufficient Physical Resources Provided at Central, Regional & Local Levels 4. Sufficient Sanitation Sector Funding 4. Sufficient Sanitation Sector Funding 1. Strong Leadership Commitment & Support at Central, Regional & Local Levels 1. Strong Leadership Commitment & Support at Central, Regional & Local Levels C. COMMUNITY EDUCTION & PARTICPATION IN HYGIENE & SANITATION 1.Behavioral Change through Effective & Integrated Community Awareness, Education & Training 1.Behavioral Change through Effective & Integrated Community Awareness, Education & Training 3. Local Practical Skills in Construction, Operation & Maintenance 3. Local Practical Skills in Construction, Operation & Maintenance D. CONSTRUCTION OF SANITATION SYSTEMS 2. Improved Sanitation Coverage 2. Improved Sanitation Coverage 3. Improved Capacities, Conditions & Functioning of Wet & Dry Sanitation Systems 3. Improved Capacities, Conditions & Functioning of Wet & Dry Sanitation Systems E. O & M, PERFORMANCE MGT & ENFORCEMENT 1.Efficient Operation & Mainte- nance of all Sanitation Facilities, based on Clear Guidelines 1.Efficient Operation & Mainte- nance of all Sanitation Facilities, based on Clear Guidelines 2. Functional Performance Management (MERRIL) 2. Functional Performance Management (MERRIL) 3. Enforcement of Standards & Regulations for Compliance 3. Enforcement of Standards & Regulations for Compliance 1. Maximum Use of Local Resources 1. Maximum Use of Local Resources 2. Effective Community Participation & Buy-In 2. Effective Community Participation & Buy-In

17 Strategy Accountabilities and Responsibilities Key accountabilities and responsibilities per objective are clearly depicted in the next slide.Key accountabilities and responsibilities per objective are clearly depicted in the next slide.

18 F. SOCIO-ECONOMIC-ENVIRONMANTAL OUTPUTS & OUTCOMES A. WATSAN SECTOR COORDINATION 1. Social Improvements 2. Economic Improvements 3. Environmental Improvements 4. Appropriate Performance Management System & Structures in Place, based on Proper Baselines 4. Appropriate Performance Management System & Structures in Place, based on Proper Baselines 1. Improved Coordination amongst all Sanitation Stakeholders at Central, Regional & Local Levels 1. Improved Coordination amongst all Sanitation Stakeholders at Central, Regional & Local Levels 2. Legislative & Regulatory Frameworks Developed, Harmonised & Communicated 2. Legislative & Regulatory Frameworks Developed, Harmonised & Communicated 3. Developed Set of Technical Sanitation Guidelines, incl. Options with Standards, Application Areas & C,O,M Costs 3. Developed Set of Technical Sanitation Guidelines, incl. Options with Standards, Application Areas & C,O,M Costs B. INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY BUILDING 2. Sufficient & Competent Staff in Place at Central, Regional & Local Levels 2. Sufficient & Competent Staff in Place at Central, Regional & Local Levels 3. Sufficient Physical Resources Provided at Central, Regional & Local Levels 3. Sufficient Physical Resources Provided at Central, Regional & Local Levels 4. Sufficient Sanitation Sector Funding 4. Sufficient Sanitation Sector Funding 1. Strong Leadership Commitment & Support at Central, Regional & Local Levels 1. Strong Leadership Commitment & Support at Central, Regional & Local Levels C. COMMUNITY EDUCTION & PARTICPATION IN HYGIENE & SANITATION 1. Behavioural Change through Effective & Integrated Community Awareness, Education & Training 1. Behavioural Change through Effective & Integrated Community Awareness, Education & Training 3. Local Practical Skills in Construction, Operation & Maintenance 3. Local Practical Skills in Construction, Operation & Maintenance D. CONSTRUCTION OF SANITATION SYSTEMS 2. Improved Sanitation Coverage 2. Improved Sanitation Coverage 3. Improved Capacities, Conditions & Functioning of Wet & Dry Sanitation Systems 3. Improved Capacities, Conditions & Functioning of Wet & Dry Sanitation Systems E. O & M, PERFORMANCE MGT & ENFORCEMENT 1.Efficient Operation & Mainte- nance of all Sanitation Facilities, based on Clear Guidelines 1.Efficient Operation & Mainte- nance of all Sanitation Facilities, based on Clear Guidelines 2. Functional Performance Management (MERRIL) 2. Functional Performance Management (MERRIL) 3. Enforcement of Standards & Regulations for Compliance 3. Enforcement of Standards & Regulations for Compliance 1. Maximum Use of Local Resources 1. Maximum Use of Local Resources 2. Effective Community Participation & Buy-In 2. Effective Community Participation & Buy-In DWSSC MRLGHRD MoHSS RC/LA ALL

19 N$ [000s] Y1Y2Y3Y4Y5 18,120A5,4904,6582, ,800B27,10034,10029,20028,700 69,450C14,95014,80013,50013,100 1,394,545D194,400227,585297,520307,520367,520 13,000E3,1502,6502,400 1,750F350 1,644,665 TOTAL 245,440284,143345,628354,728414,728 By Theme

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