Monitoring analysis preview 3rd October, 2014. Rakhine State WASH Cluster meeting 1. Record 2. Report 3. ANALYSIS 4. dissemination
Objective 2 – Sanitation,…latrines and hand washObjective 4 – security for womenObjective 5 community ownership
Objective 5 - Self-maintained functional water supplies and cleaned latrines
Indicator 4.3a Women are represented and participate in decisions affecting WASH service delivery
Initial analysis Database highlights and identified problems • Only CCCM data, not incl. WASH data. • Water test results will improve CCCM data and database analysis • SWM methodology revised • Ownership of maintenance • Evolving design • Consistent reporting format • Gaps, trends, quality, avoiding comparisons Identifiable assumptions • Water supply is sufficient, however, distance needs to be introduced in criteria • Large gaps in access to functional latrines • SWM seems not to be a priority in some sites • ODF communities are possible • TLS has some total WASH gaps • Women, and whole communities are under represented in WASH • There is no evidence of MHM facilities • There are encouraging signs of community ownership
Priorities and further analysis Priorities • OBJECTIVE 2 - Achieve latrine minimum SPHERE • OBJECTIVE 4 - Raise standard of TLS WASH services • OBJECTIVE 5 - Promote community ownership (maintenance – tools & training) • OBJECTIVE 4 – access for disabled • OBJECTIVE 4 – access to MHM • OBJECTIVE 5 – establish user groups with equitable representation, tors, etc Further expected analysis • Trends of increases, stagnation or decreases in services • More detailed water supply quantity + quality results • “WASH Cluster input,…”
Wow,…the end! For now!