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Pakistan Conference on Sanitation (PACOSAN). Presentation By. Baber Hussain Minhas LGRDD GoAJK. AJK Profile . Total Area: 13297 Sq. Km Total Population: 3.6 million Division: 03 Sub Division:/Tehsils 24 Districts: 08 Union Council: 183 Total Villages: 1646

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Pakistan Conference on Sanitation (PACOSAN)

Presentation By

Baber Hussain Minhas LGRDD GoAJK

ajk profile
AJK Profile

Total Area: 13297 Sq. Km

Total Population: 3.6 million

Division: 03

Sub Division:/Tehsils 24

Districts: 08

Union Council: 183

Total Villages: 1646

Literacy Rate: 64%

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SANITATION Coverage in AJK

  • Overall 57% population has access to improved drinking water sources.
      • 80% in urban areas, and
      • 57% in rural areas
    • Over all 62% population of AJK is living in household using improved sanitation facilities.
      • 94% in urban areas and
      • 58% in rural areas
vision
Vision

The goal of the AJK Sanitation Policy is to ensure that the entire population of AJK has access to a safe and sanitary environment. A “Happy, Healthy and Hygienic Environment for all’ can only be assured if the indiscriminate and unhygienic disposal of excreta, solid waste and wastewater is completely eradicated.

iys achievements
IYS Achievements
  • GoAJk through a comprehensive consultative process approved the AJK Sanitation Policy/ Strategy.
  • Organized and Celebrated Sanitation Day, World Water day, World Environment day, Global Hand washing day, World Health Day, AJK Sanitation week and Mother & Child week (sensitized 350 individuals).
  • GoAJK participated in SACOSAN-III held in New Delhi.
  • Awareness raising campaign through newspapers and massive involvement of school childrens.
  • Organized 08 walks on” Water Environment and Sanitation” issues in each district (Mobilize more than 1000 individuals).
  • Mobilized political commitment through the involvement of Ministers, MLAs and other govt. functionaries.
  • 8 district Public Consultation workshops participated 400 stakeholders of all walk of life involved all development partners like Unicef, WB, UNDP, WHO, NGOs and Civil Society.
  • 4200 community activist(50% were women) have been mobilized, motivated and trained on Sanitation.
update on ajk sanitation strategy
Update on AJK Sanitation Strategy

Following rigorous consultation in all districts of AJK involving a wide spectrum of stakeholders including:

  • Electric & print media representatives, political leadership, educationist, environmentalist engineers, public sector agencies officials such as local government, public health, education, health, EPA, P&D, international development partners, national, international NGOs, CBOs and Civil society representatives.
  • AJK Sanitation policy was formulated with the stockholders consultation. Subsequently govt. approved the AJK Sanitation policy.
institutional arrangements
Institutional Arrangements

Public Sector:

  • LGRDD and PHED are two major Govt. functionaries who are responsible for Sanitation Services.

Private Sector:

  • Local & International NGOs.
  • Community based organizations (CBOs)
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Existing Institutional Set up

  • Total Districts: 08
    • Division 03
    • Subdivision 24
    • Rural Development Markaz 31
    • Union councils 183
    • Urban Institutions
  • Municipal Corporation 02
  • Municipal Committees 10
  • Town Committees 14
  • District Councils 08
  • Wards 213
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Key Features of AJK Sanitation Policy

  • Total Sanitation Approach
  • Outcome focused strategy
  • People's Sanitation Movement
  • Collective perception driving individuals behavior.
  • Discourage Subsidy
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AJK Sanitation Policy Target Areas

  • Primary Targets
  • Politicians: Political decision makers will be a key part of making this policy a successful, and in accelerating progress in achieving the MDG target for sanitation.
  • Aid Administrators: Communications will target aid administrators and other senior officials who formulate
  • policies and generate funding.
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Secondary Target

  • Electronic and print Media (Specialized Journalist)
  • General public
  • School children
  • Corporate decision makers
  • Academics
  • Religious leaders (Imam Mosques)
  • Celebrities
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AJK PSDP Allocation for Water and Sanitation Sectors

Budget allocated in 2007-08 for water and sanitation

i- LGRDD + LGB 40 Million (24 + 16 million respectively)

ii- PHED 117 Million

Budget allocated in 2008-09

i- LGRDD + LGB 41 Million (24 + 17 million respectively)

ii- PHED 177 Million

This is only PSDP allocation, donors and NGOs assisted Projects are not inclusive in this allocation

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AJK Government Interventions for Sanitation Improvement

  • Policy Making:
  • GoAJK approved the State Sanitation Policy
  • ii. Project Interventions:
    • Rural water supply & sanitation project (IDA funded)
    • WES Project (UNICEF funded)
    • Community Infrastructure & Services Program (WB Assisted)
    • Emergency WES (UNICEF Funded)
    • WATSAN Projects (GoP/ERRA Funded)
    • PSDP Funded Project
    • WAQIF Project (Unicef and ERRA Funded)
    • SLTS/CLTS project of different NGOs in earthquake affected areas
    • PSDP Project of PHED
budgetary outlays
Budgetary Outlays
  • The State government will mobilize the following funds through own sources or with the help of federal Govt and donors.
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The State government shall make available performance grant funding based on the number of Union council/Ward that are certified to have achieved the sanitary outcomes. Based on an optimistic sanitary outcome projection for a total of 395 entities (wards +unions councils), an amount of Rs. 227.6 million would be required to deliver the stated strategy objectives over a ten year

period.

major challenges on sanitation
Major Challenges on Sanitation
  • Institutional home of sanitation not clearly defined. Clarification of roles and responsibilities required.
  • Lack of political leadership commitment
  • Inadequate coordination among various Govt., ministries, department, development partners, NGOs, Private and civil Society organizations.
  • Insufficient resources allocations for this sector.
  • Lack of public-private partnership initiatives.
  • HR capacity constraints, inadequate allocated resources.
  • Supply driven approaches lead to the inappropriate/ uncomfortable options.
  • Urban/ Rural and rich/poor disparities
  • Lack of Monitoring date, unclear definition, limited collections, storing and disseminating.