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Regional Workshop on Sustainable Sanitation in South Asia April 27 – 29, 2009. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Education Sector - Afghanistan. WASH Sector Analysis. Note: only 8% of rural households have access to household sanitary toilets. Guiding Principles. MDG: By 2015 reduce by:

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Regional workshop on sustainable sanitation in south asia april 27 29 2009

Regional Workshop on Sustainable Sanitation in South Asia April 27 – 29, 2009

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Education Sector - Afghanistan


Wash sector analysis
WASH Sector Analysis

Note: only 8% of rural households have access to household sanitary toilets


Guiding principles
Guiding Principles

MDG: By 2015 reduce by:

  • Two-thirds U5MR

  • Half people without access to sustainable safe drinking water

  • Half people without access to sanitary latrines


Key wash actors
Key WASH Actors

  • MRRD/MOE/MoPH – Rural Water, SanHyg Education

  • MRRD – National Solidarity Programme

  • UNICEF – Rural WASH – schools & IDP/E

  • UNHCR – Rural WASH – IDP/returnees

  • NGOs – key implementing partners


Major achievements
Major Achievements

  • International Year of Sanitation was launched on 16 April 2008 and Publication of a booklet on IYS

  • Publication of posters on hygiene messages, hand washing and use of toilets

  • Demonstration of a clean village in each of the 34 provinces


Major achievements con
Major Achievements Con.

  • Modality of work with Community Development Counsel (CDCs) & District Development Authority (DDAs) in the implementation of WASH programme has been developed.

  • CDCs has the women’s/men’s sanitary latrine production centres in some of the villages, supported by UNICEF in partnership with MRRD.


Challenges
Challenges

  • Security in some parts of the country, active military operations and population movement

  • Low number and capacity of implementing agencies

  • Limited up to date & disaggregated data.

  • Limited low cost technology options, especially sanitary latrines

  • Interactive learning especially women & children


Lessons learned
Lessons Learned

  • The CDCs are one of the best community - based structures which most Government development activities are implemented

  • Project implementation through CDCs proved to be very effective, as it gives ownership to the communities and makes them accountable.


Wash programme follow up
WASH Programme Follow up

  • 34 model villages in the country realize the health impacts, convenience and privacy and dignity for girls and women

  • People will be aware of different options of sanitary toilets

  • People will be aware and link hygiene and sanitation to health and well being

  • Communities are free from diahorreal and other water born disease in sanitary villages.



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