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Integrating water and sanitation into existing home base care programs in kenya

Integrating Water And Sanitation Into Existing Home Base Care ProgramsIn Kenya

presentation by

Noor Pwani &Rebecca Kabura

March 2006


Household level water treatment systems integrated into existing home based care hbc program

Household Level Water Treatment Systems Integrated into Existing Home Based Care (HBC) Program

Project holders: International Federation Of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies Watsan Unit And Regional Delegation Nairobi With Kenya Red Cross Society

Location:Siaya And Kisumu Branches Of Kenya Red Cross

Target:Home Based Care Clients, Affected Family Members And Neighbours Who Have No Access To A Sustainable Safe Water Supply.

Beneficiaries: 15000 Households Approx: 7500 People

Time scale :15 Months (Water Treatment Supplied For 12 Months)


Objectives

Objectives

GOAL: Contribute to Reduction in Water Borne Diseases in HBC Program Clients and Affected Family Members and Neighbours in Target Population by the End of the Project

Specific objectives

  • Establish An Appropriate Method Of Delivering Household Water Treatment Systems (HWTS) For Target Communities.

  • Improve Knowledge And Skills Of Volunteers Of Community Home Base Care Programs In HWTS and WASH (Water ,Sanitation and Hygiene)

  • Establish The Level Of Acceptance And Adherence Of HWTS By The Targeted Population.

  • Improve Hygienic Behaviors Related To Water Use At Household Level.

  • Establish Simple Monitoring And Evaluation System For HWTS

  • Identify and Strengthen Possible Partnerships In HWTS


Progress so far

Progress so far

  • Review of Log frame and relevant project documents

  • Delivery of the options into the ware houses

    (PUR ,Water Marker ,AquaTabs and 75 filters )

  • Products demonstrations Regional Delegation Nairobi RDN and Kenya Red Cross Head quarters

  • Branch and steering committee level planning meetings

  • Baseline survey instrument development

  • Total Clients 609 Kisumu and 174 Siaya

  • 110 community health workers and trainer of trainers

  • Stakeholder identification and Partnership building

  • Baseline survey training

  • Work plan –Schedule


Planned activities

Planned activities

  • Baseline survey and report (175 households )

  • Training curricula review

  • Household mapping through client and clustering approach

  • Training linking safe water delivery and safe hygiene practice

  • Distribution criteria and Products delivery

  • Official project launch

  • IEC material development and dissemination

  • Periodic water testing and quality assurance

  • Target household visits

  • Monitoring and evaluation

  • Reporting and case study documentation


Emerging issues

Emerging issues

  • Access to water in Kolwa Central –Kisumu

  • Sustainability beyond project phase

  • Use of local storage clay pots

  • Volunteer motivation

  • New PWLA clients and drop off

  • Family size –Polygamous families

  • Training –First Aid measures

  • Product performance PUR and Water Marker

  • Structured follow-ups and monitoring

  • More funds for documentation assistance and equipment


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