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Global scaling up rural sanitation project : scaling up rural sanitation : findings from the impact evaluation baseline survey in Indonesia

In response to the preventable threats posed by poor sanitation and hygiene, in December 2006 the Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) launched two related large-scale projects, Global Scaling Up Handwashing and Global Scaling Up Rural Sanitation. These hygiene and sanitation interventions are designed to improve the health and welfare outcomes for millions of poor people. Local and national governments are implementing these projects with technical support from WSP. WSP’s Global Scaling Up Rural Sanitation Project, known as Sanitasi Total dan Pemasaran Sanitasi (SToPs) in Indonesia, aims to improve the sanitation practices in Indonesian rural communities, reaching a total of 1.4 million people in 29 rural districts in East Java by project end. In Indonesia, the project is being implemented in 29 rural districts (kabupaten) in East Java. Eight of those 29 districts are participants in the impact evaluation—a total of 2080
households in 160 sub-villages (dusun). The sample is geographically representative and representative of the households in rural East Java. The evaluation measures a broad range of health indicators, and intensively studies the developmental, social, and economic welfare impacts of these interventions. The indicators were collected via an extensive baseline survey in september 2008, monthly longitudinal surveys conducted over a 15-month period, and an extensive follow-up survey in mid-2010.  [authors abstract]

TitleGlobal scaling up rural sanitation project : scaling up rural sanitation : findings from the impact evaluation baseline survey in Indonesia
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsCameron, L., Shah, M.
Secondary TitleGlobal Scaling Up Rural Sanitation Project
Paginationxii, 56 p.; 41 tab.; 9 refs.; 9 fig.; 2 boxes; 3 photographs
Date Published2010-11-01
PublisherWater and Sanitation Program (WSP), WSP
Place PublishedWashington, DC, USA
Keywordsaccess to sanitation, health aspects, health hazards, health impact, hygiene, indonesia, sanitation, toilet hygiene
Abstract

In response to the preventable threats posed by poor sanitation and hygiene, in December 2006 the Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) launched two related large-scale projects, Global Scaling Up Handwashing and Global Scaling Up Rural Sanitation. These hygiene and sanitation interventions are designed to improve the health and welfare outcomes for millions of poor people. Local and national governments are implementing these projects with technical support from WSP. WSP’s Global Scaling Up Rural Sanitation Project, known as Sanitasi Total dan Pemasaran Sanitasi (SToPs) in Indonesia, aims to improve the sanitation practices in Indonesian rural communities, reaching a total of 1.4 million people in 29 rural districts in East Java by project end. In Indonesia, the project is being implemented in 29 rural districts (kabupaten) in East Java. Eight of those 29 districts are participants in the impact evaluation—a total of 2080
households in 160 sub-villages (dusun). The sample is geographically representative and representative of the households in rural East Java. The evaluation measures a broad range of health indicators, and intensively studies the developmental, social, and economic welfare impacts of these interventions. The indicators were collected via an extensive baseline survey in september 2008, monthly longitudinal surveys conducted over a 15-month period, and an extensive follow-up survey in mid-2010.  [authors abstract]

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