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HORIZONTAL LEARNING PROGRAMA SUMMARY OF PROGESS: JULY 2007 – JUNE 2010HLP INDICATORS: THE RESULT CHAIN Version: 22 September, 2010


HLP: LEARNING OBJECTIVE

FOR THE PERIOD JULY 2007 – JUNE 2010

The main objective of the horizontal learning is to enhance the capacities of the Local Government Institutions in planning and implementation of the improved services, especially on water supply and sanitation in Bangladesh.


HLP: SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

FOR THE PERIOD JULY 2007 – JUNE 2010

  • To identify the spearhead union parishads that are leading the good practices, especially on water supply and sanitation in Bangladesh.

  • To support spearhead union parishads to identify, validate and replicate the good practices, especially on water supply and sanitation .

  • To institute mutual learning and increase the access to information in planning and management of improved services and good governance.

  • To identify the champions, who are promoting and facilitating the good practices.

  • To initiate strategic coordination and partnership between GoB, LGIs, NGOs, DPs and others in strengthening capacities and confidence of LGIs for ensuring improved services and good governance.


HLP: GUIDING PRINCIPLES

FOR THE PERIOD JULY 2007 – JUNE 2010

  • Supporting appreciative enquiry

  • Promoting Programmatic approach

  • Encouraging coordination to avoid duplication.

  • Promoting a continual Learning


Identify best practices

Validate best practices

Replication of best practices through holding hands:

HORIZONTAL

LEARNING

PROGRAM

Discuss with community and integrate replication into Annual Develop Plan

Peer learning through ‘appreciative inquiry’

Prioritize replication of learning

HLP: THE MAIN STEPS

FOR THE PERIOD JULY 2007 – JUNE 2010

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HLP IN BANGLADESH: THE RESULTS CHAIN

FOR THE PERIOD JULY 2007 – JUNE 2010

Costs & Benefits of HLP: At-A-Glance

130

170

267

Number of products

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HLP IN BANGLADESH: THE RESULTS CHAIN

FOR THE PERIOD JULY 2007 – JUNE 2010

IMPACT

Improved household health and socio-economic benefits

Reduced diarrhea incidence in 21 UPs comprising 0.66 million people.

0.65 million people ensured access to arsenic safe water in 51UPs.

Reform of Implementation Plan for Arsenic Mitigation (IPAM 2009) .

1.6 million people gain improved access to safe water in 56UPs.

1.2 million people gain improved access to safe sanitation in 42UPs.

3.54 million people’s voices reflected in participatory plans of 118 UPs.

2.1 million USD allocated by 225 UPs for replicating 17 good practices.

OUTCOMES

Facilitation thru’ “HLP Network’.

Strengthened demand & service provision, improved governance & harmonization.

  • INTERMEDIATE OUTCOMES

  • Harmonization at the partners level

  • Policy at the central government level

  • Services at the local government level

1) Harmonization

55 partner’s products (i.e. websites & newsletters, TV & cultural shows)

2) Policy

11 GoB products (i.e. policy notes, references, minutes)

3) Services

288 LG products (i.e. budget books, profile, workshop reports, fact sheets)

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567 Products

Partners Results

Products finali9zed as per the approval of HLP Working Team (headed by LGD)

48 Products (i.e. Case studies, news letters, proceedings )

Partner’ Outputs

165 Products (i.e. presentations, BTORs, minutes, reports)

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HLP IN BANGLADESH: THE RESULTS CHAIN

FOR THE PERIOD JULY 2007 – JUNE 2010

OUTPUTS

[Direct outputs of LGD, WSP & partners]

2 HLP Brief Proceedings (24-26 June 2007, Bangla and English versions)

5 HLP Network Workshop Reports [7-8 December 2007, 8-9 May 2008, 6-7 June 2009, 21-23 May 2010 (duel)]

2 HLP National Dissemination Workshop Reports (30 October 2007, Bangla and English versions)

5 HLP Thematic Workshop Reports (Arsenic Screening on 6th August 2009, Quality Sanitation on 31st October 2009, Participatory planning & own source revenues on 12th January 2010, Media partnership s with local government institutions on 18th February 2010, Adaptation to climate change on 5th April 2010)

4 HLP ACCESS News (July 2008, Dec 2008, Aug 2009, Dec 2009)

2 HLP WB Blogs(https://blogs.worldbank.org/endpovertyinsouthasia/24-hours-life-some-horizontal-learners dated 11/04/2009, http://blogs.worldbank.org/endpovertyinsouthasia/mister-100 )

1 HLP Roundtable Minutes (Communication s for Local Government Institutions, 12 June 2008)

11 HLP Minutes of the Informal Working Team Meetings

6 HLP Draft Minutes of Formal Working Team Meetings

120 BTORs (from 178 trips on validation missions, peer review missions, exposure visits, field visits)

7 HLP Global / Regional presentations (2nd International WASH Practitioners’ Marketplace and Fair on 11-13 November 2008, 10th WSP Council Meeting on June 2009 in Vienna Austria, Independent Assessment by Capstone NYU Wagner in November 2009, Rural Adaptation to Disaster Risk and Climate Change for the SDN Forum January 21st 2010, Global Study on Evidence-based factors for WSP Rural GPT on January 27th 2010, South to South Learning between SAR and AFR in Nairobi in May 2010, Peer to Peer Learning Networks for PEARL in Goa on August 2010).

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165 Products

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HLP IN BANGLADESH: THE RESULTS CHAIN

FOR THE PERIOD JULY 2007 – JUNE 2010

RESULTS (WSP)

High Control of LGD, WSP & HLP Partners but requires HLP Working Team approval (headed by LGD)

  • 5 Network Workshop Reports

  • 2 National Dissemination Workshop Report

  • 2 Thematic Workshop Reports

  • 1 Roundtable Minutes

  • 6 Minutes of the Working Team Meetings

  • 1 HLP Newsletter

  • 1 HLP Website http://horizontallearning.net/

  • HLP Annual Report

  • 6 DVDs (Participatory planning in LGSP, Brief HLP compilation Bangla + English, Detailed HLP-Bangla, Pot Song, Access to Information)

  • 2 HLP Slide Show (Bangla and English versions)

  • 2 Case studies on HLP

  • 19 Draft Upazila Workshop Report drafts

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  • 48 Products

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HLP IN BANGLADESH: THE RESULTS CHAIN

FOR THE PERIOD JULY 2007 – JUNE 2010

INTERMEDIATE OUTCOMES

1) Harmonization, 2) Policy and 3) Services

  • 1) Harmonization at the Partner level

  • 42 HLP News Items [3 references in WB News September 2009, Calendar 2009 & 2010, 2 references in WB Local Governance Bulletin in February & July 2010 , 3 references from SDC (http://www.sdc.org.bd/en/Home/Local Governance/WSP dated 5/3/2009, http://www.sdc.org.bd/en/Home/Local Governance/WDASCOH dated 5/3/2009, LOGIN LINES in July 2010), 5 references in JICA reports (October 2008, February 2009, April 2009, March 2010, May 2010), 2 References in NGO Forum’s Annual Reports for 2008 & 2009, 4 references from PEARL India (December 2009, July 2010, HLP Newsletter and Ujjal Mohanganj ), 3 references in Plan BD and 2 references in VSO plans, 5 references in WB CAS for Bangladesh 2011-2013, Reference in Workshop on Harnessing the Potential of Communities in management of Rural Water Supply, May 5 – 6, 2010, Lahore, 12 Print media coverage].

  • 13 Innovations by partners in collaboration with WSP (HLP Yahoo Group with UNDP/UNCDF, HLP Newsletter with Intercooperation, HLP Website with VSO, 2 HLP TV Shows with BTV and 2 HLP documentaries with MyTV, 5 HLP Pot Song shows with Shushilon and 1 HLP SMS system, Access to Information DVD with UNDP)

  • 2) Policy at the GoB level

  • Policy Advisory Notes (Arsenic mitigation, Quality sanitation, Participatory planning and own source revenue collection, Union Information & Service Centre)

  • 6 References in GoB publications (Reference in Bangladesh Country Paper for SACOSAN-III, Nov 2008; 2 references in BRDB documentation, Reference in LGSP training module November 2008, Reference in LGD annual report for FY 2010, NILG Project Document for developing national basic capacity building program).

  • 1 Parliamentary Standing Committee Minutes (Arsenic Screening through HLP July 2010)

  • 3) Services at the LGI level

  • 28 Upazila Reports (19 HLP Upazila Workshop Reports, 8 water /sanitation upazila level profiles, LGI local News)

  • 260 Union Parishad Reports (225 UP Annual Budget Booklets and 35 UP ‘Good Practice’ Fact Sheets)

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  • 354 Products

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HLP IN BANGLADESH: THE RESULTS CHAIN

FOR THE PERIOD JULY 2007 – JUNE 2010

OUTCOMES

Strengthened demand & supply of services, improved governance and harmonization.

  • 0.65 million people ensured access to arsenic free water in 51 UPs through replicating the good practice of pay-for-use arsenic screening and well switching.

  • Implementation Plan for Arsenic Mitigation (IPAM 2009) revised by GoB to prioritize pay-for-use screening, well switching and ensuring role of UPs.

  • 1.6 million people gained improved access to safe water in 56 UPs through replicating good practices of water testing, well protection & participatory scheme selection.

  • 1.2 million people gain improved access to safe sanitation in 42 UPs through replicating good practices of 100% sanitation, child-to-child behaviour change & eco-friendly villages.

  • 3.54 million people’s voice has been reflected in 118 UP plans through the replication of the good practice of linking participatory planning to the raising of own source revenues.

  • 2.1 million USD (i.e. 0.288 + 0.858 + 1.4) has been allocated by 225 UPs (i.e. 62 + 92 + 71) in the last 3 years for replicating17 good practices.

  • 76,000 people gained improved access to water supply and sanitation through replicating good practices of disaster resilient ponds, canals, latrines & rain water harvesting.

  • 0.19 million women and 0.20 million men have gained increased voice in 19 UPs of Tarash and Karimganj upazilas through replicating the good practices of Upazila Women's Forum and Local Government Association/Citizen Forum.

  • 235 UPs (comprising 5.6 million people) directly benefited and 2000 UPs (comprising 50 million people) indirectly benefited from exposure to good practices through HLP.

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HLP IN BANGLADESH: THE RESULTS CHAIN

FOR THE PERIOD JULY 2007 – JUNE 2010

IMPACT

Improved household health and socio-economic benefits

Reduced diarrhea incidence in 21 UPs from Rajarhat, Sreepur and Khansama upazilas comprising of 0.66 million people based on the data reports from Upazila Health Complex of Sreepur, Rajarhat and Khansama.

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