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WASH WG UPDATE
Geordie Woods, Sightsavers
Yael Velleman, WaterAid
ICTC WASH WG Co-chairs
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Key tasks and progress to date
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WG established January 2014
Key outputs:
• Principles for Facial Cleanliness & Environmental
Improvement
• F&E planning tool
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Continued work with MI&E WG to input on common
indicators for F & E.
Research into use: Dissemination of current research
and consolidation of findings to ICTC and others more
broadly
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Principles for F & E
Integration
Evidence
Equity, inclusion,
nondiscrimination
Partnership
&
participation
Sustainability
Joint
advocacy
Purpose:
to guide ICTC members and
others in support of national
government efforts
Sustainable social &
behaviour change
Trachoma
elimination
Ownership
[Or - Health?
equity? Poverty
reduction?]
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Tracking progress
& measuring
success
Viable
financing
Trachoma experience cont.:
F&E Planning Tool
To guide stakeholders
supporting national trachoma
elimination programs through
the coordinated design and
delivery of F and E components
of the WHO SAFE strategy.
Trachoma Elimination:
Principles, Planning, and Resources
for F & E
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Planning tool roll-out, revision and scale
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‘First Phase’ – Kenya, Malawi, Uganda, Ethiopia
Feedback and revision – end October 2014
Scale up use to non-funded countries – April 2015?
Wider use for NTDs – WHO?
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The London Roundtable
Collaborating to address key gaps:
Follow on from Seattle:
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Monitoring
Joint Work Planning
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Broad set of stakeholders: Participation included
Morbidity Management and Disability
Prevention, WASH monitoring and academic
stakeholders
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What we agreed to prioritize:
1. Monitoring and Indicators
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Specific hygiene indicators were identified
Use of existing water and sanitation indicators
Challenge to mobilize/consolidate a set of indicators
to be used for NTDs and WASH globally
Proposal of specific NTDs as proxy for measuring
impact of WASH programmes
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What we agreed to prioritize:
2. Financing
• Donor coordination/advocacy increased
• Possible use of multi-donor pooled funds for financing
joint interventions investigated
• WASH and NTDs on the SWA HLM agenda
3. Broadening common knowledge of WASH/NTDs
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Scaling up the use of joint planning tools
[F&E Toolkit, NTD WASH Manuals, WHO Program Managers Guidelines]
• WASH/NTD research collated in a repository.
• Training materials created
• WASH representation on relevant NTD technical
advisory committees
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What we agreed to prioritize:
4. London Scorecard -Seeking to establish a united WASH
voice within the Uniting to Combat NTDs coalition
• WASH progress included
• Opportunities for GLAAS measures to be incorporated
explored
• Specific WASH indicators to be included in NTD
programmes determined
5. London Roundtable Policy Paper
6. The beginning of a ‘Community of Practice’
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