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WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (JMP ) Rapid Assessment of Drinking Water Quality. World Water Forum Mexico, March 2006. José Augusto Hueb World Health Organization. Background. Improved vs. safe MDG: “access to safe drinking water”

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WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (JMP)Rapid Assessment of Drinking Water Quality

World Water ForumMexico, March 2006

José Augusto Hueb

World Health Organization

background
Background
  • Improved vs. safe
  • MDG: “access to safe drinking water”
  • Include water quality indicators into JMP
improved and unimproved drinking water sources
Improved and unimproved drinking water sources
  • Improved water sources
  • Household connection
  • Public standpipe
  • Borehole
  • Protected dug well
  • Protected spring
  • Rainwater collection
  • Unimproved-water sources
  • Unprotected well
  • Unprotected spring
  • Vendor provided water
  • Bottled water
  • Tanker truck provided water
criteria in defining project
Criteria in Defining Project
  • Cost-effective – affordable
  • Periodic sampling
  • Allows for risk assessment
  • Quantitative and qualitative data
  • Compatible with existing WQ surveillance infrastructure

"Handbook for rapid assessments of drinking water quality"

WHO, UNICEF, WEDC

objective
Objective
  • To obtain a nationally representative picture of drinking water quality in 6 countries according to the different types of improved sources
  • Field test the rapid-assessment methods for water quality surveillance, using low-cost, field-based techniques allowing reliable periodic assessments of the water quality status.
pilot countries
Pilot Countries
  • China
  • Ethiopia
  • Jordan
  • Nicaragua
  • Nigeria
  • Tajikistan
implementation plan
Implementation plan
  • Implementation: 2004-2005
  • National reports: January-April 2006
  • Consolidated report: May-July 2006
  • Launch: August 2006
follow up
Follow-up
  • Revise protocol for rapid assessments
  • Wide dissemination
  • Going to scale
  • Promoting inclusion of rapid assessments in existing WQ surveillance programs
  • Inclusion of WQ data into the JMP coverage analysis
  • Study feasibility of including a simplified protocol of RADWQ into surveys such as MICS, DHS, etc.
  • Study use of the RADWQ outputs for the JMP estimates of coverage