Water Aid Partners Meet

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PARTNERS MEET
Annual Water Aid Western Regional PARTNERS Program
Progress & Planning
For
Ensuring access to Safe and sustainable WASH Facilities among Excluded &
Marginalized Communities for improved health benefits
in Morena District of MP
Date -16th-17th April 2012
Partner Organization: Dharti
Annual Program Progress 2011-2012
on
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Program
IN
Pahargar Block of Morena District–MP
Project Area-Pahargar block, Morena District
Project Area-Pahargar block, Morena District
Panchayat : 25
Total Village : 90 Total HH : 10745
Marginalized and Socially Excluded Community
Panchayat
HH Covered
Total Population
25
8465
48250
Project Target Community
Schedule Tribe, Schedule cast, OBC, minorities &
manual scavengers (Valmikis).
Project Objective
• Achieving improved health status among socially excluded
communities through provisioning of improved WASH services.
• Empowering marginalized communities and local institutions to
develop their leadership and decision making to secure their
WASH rights.
• Promoting an effective, equitable and inclusive WASH service
delivery mechanism by sensitizing and enhancing accountability
of service provider.
Key findings of Baseline:
•Demographic Profile:
.
SN
Community
No . of
Families
Total
Population
Male
Female
% of Total
Population
1
SC
1867
10828
5675
5153
17
2
ST
1394
8280
4415
3865
14
3
OBC
5204
29142
15337
13805
48
4
General
2280
12747
6919
5828
21
Total
10745
60997
32346
28651
100
Status of Drinking Water Sources
Hand pump
open well
Total
no. of
HP
Functional
HP
Non Functional
HP
Total no. of
open well
Functional
open well
Non
Functional
open well
377
283
94
168
65
103
Hand pump Status
No. of Hand Functional -283
Non Functional-94
pumps
Perennial Partial Mechanical Water Water
Quality
Level
377
123
160
59
09
26
(100%)
(43.46)
(56.53)
(43.46)
(9.6)
(27.65)
Status of Drinking Water Sources
Water supply from the perspective of Cast:
SN. Community
Total No.
of
Functional
HP
Depend
Depend
Total
Population Population No. of
in 1 HP
N F - HP
Depend
Populati
on
Depend
Populati
on in 1
HP
1
General
102
8495
84
16
4252
265
2
OBC
103
16495
161
35
12647
361
3
SC
65
6439
99
33
4389
133
4
ST
13
5171
398
10
3109
310
Baseline Survey Finding
Status of Drinking Water Sources
Non Functional HP Status in community level
SN. Community Total No. Mechanical Water Water
of NF HP
Quality Level
1
General
16
12
02
02
2
OBC
35
23
03
09
3
SC
33
21
02
10
4
ST
10
03
02
05
Total
94
59
09
26
Status of Sanitation-March 2011
Based on Secondary Data
Components
Target
Achievement
% age
IHHL-BPL
4690
4433
94.52
IHHL-APL
22039
10925
49.57
School Toilet
234
148
64.24
Aaganwadi
21
09
42.5
Sanitation Status:
•
•
•
•
•
Sanitation Status
Total no of families: 10745
No. of Toilets: 1345
BPL Toilets: 721
APL Toilets: 624
Sanitation Coverage: 12.51% Families
• Total no of Schools: 107
• School with Toilet Facility: 23
• Schools with Functioning toilet: 17
Total
Families
No of
toilets
Achievements:
Hardware Activities: Water
SN
Activity
1
Roof Water
Harvesting
2
3
4
Hand Pump
Restoration
Creation of
new water
sources
Creation of
new water
sources
(leverage)
Target Achieved
Beneficiaries/User
SC
ST
OBC
Total
5
5
117
302
345
764
26
29
1522
1894
2037
5453
7
7
408
900
238
1546
0
34
0
0
0
3678
Achievements……contd
Hardware Activities: Sanitation
SN
Activity
Target
Achieved
1
Toilets With
WA Support
50
2
Toilets
Without WA
Support
(APL+BPL)
3
School
Sanitary
Block
(Leverage)
Beneficiaries/User
SC
ST
OBC Disabled Gen
100
74
165
188
600
517
(336+181)
749
310
1115
0
60
85
Total
84
596
847
3021
7321
Software Activities:
S No
Name of the Activity
Target
Achieved
1
Base line Survey
62 Panchayat
62 Panchayat
2
PRA
25 Panchayat
25 Panchayat
3
Formation of VWSC
25
27
Staff Training
1
1
Block level workshop
with line department
1
1
4
5
6
7
8
One day Sensitization
workshop for village
water supply and
sanitation committee.
District level workshop
Quarterly Block level
meeting of line
department officials,
elected representatives.
Beneficiaries
16 Staff
Members
74-PRI, CBO
members, line
department
262-Members
of committee
1
1
94
126
4
4
Software Activities……….contd
S No
Name of the Activity
Target
Achieved
9
Drinking water Security Plan
5
5
10
Care taker and Hand pump
mechanic training
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Mason Training
One day School teachers
training for hygiene
promotion
Celebration of world water
day Padyatra
Lobbying and engagement
with line department
For integration of WASH
networking and
engagement with other
agencies.
Media Workshop
School Activities for Hygiene
Promotion
Beneficiaries
2
2
2
2
100 Trainees from
SC, ST and OBC
Communities
50-Participants
4
4
130 –Teachers
1
1
Communities of
12 villages
2
3
2
2
1
1
25
25
836
Software Activities……….contd
S No
Name of the Activity
Target
Achieved
18
Review Meeting with staff
12
12
19
Block level Study on
sanitation coverage and
usage
1
1
1
1
1
1
20
21
Block level study on
malnutrition and major
water and sanitation
related diseases and its
linkage with improved
WASH
Study on prevailing
practices on menstrual
hygiene among
adolescent girls
Beneficiaries
Efforts Taken to influence Govt.
• The organisation organised 4-5 networking meeting for scaling up the
sanitation and hygiene program at the block.
• Education department block office passed an order to all the schools at
pahadgarh block to cooperate and promote the hygiene activity in their
schools.
• Dharti Started an awareness program on rural water supply scheme at
pahadgarh, kailaras, jaura and sabalgarh block with the combined effort of
MP Janabhiyaan Parishad.
• We had prepared a plan to construct combined sanitation facilities at one
place for all communities at all the hilly areas and sharing with TSC
coordinator and panchayat department. Both are agreed working on the
plan during 2012-13 .
• Continues deferent Media person visit in project area.
Challenges:
• About 50% of the project area is water scarce.
• 11-Village of the project area are on stony soil so
digging for leach pit is a challenge to us.
• The reach of resources at project area is also a
challenge.
• Very few transportation facilities are available at
the project area and charges are also very high.
• Intersectoral Convergence.
• Low capacity of Panchayat.
Learning's:
• Community monitoring system with the support of NGO to
stop corruption:
At Jaderu Panchayat 3 new school toilet were sanctioned
but the sarpanch renovate the old building and showed as
new construction. VWSC raised its voice against the issue
with our support. After a long debate and verification Janpad
panchayat ordered recovery of the funds.
• Public hearing can proved to be a very good tool to address
the problems and solving at local level
• Systematic efforts would be made to take up non functional
existing water sources.
• With the help of community good models would be created
on Water, sanitation and Hygiene program.
Training Requirements:
• Training and capacity building of project staff.
• IEC material.
• Technical and Resource support on Water
point Mapper Tool.
• Training on Advocacy.
• Training on research methodology.
• Hygiene Promotion.
• Exposure of other state work for new staff.
Opportunity for research, Documentation
and Advocacy in future
• Advocacy for promotion of Menstrual hygiene
Under NRHM for all over district and its proper
implementation.
• Research on WASH and relation of other activity.
• Studies the impact of MNREGA on Wash activity
and its relation of community health.
• Joint Monitoring mechanisms on both health
program and water and sanitation facilities in the
village
Staff Training
Community Mobilization
Water
Sanitation
Training & Workshop With Service Provider
Training & Workshop With Service Provider
Global Hand Washing Day
World Water Day
Achievement in the Water, Sanitation, Hygiene
THANK,S

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