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TitleGlobal scaling up sanitation project progress report : Indonesia, Tanzania and the States of Himachal Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, India : July 1-December 31, 2009
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsPerez, E, Amelink, C, Kullmann, C, Cardosi, J, Coombes, Y, Briceno, B, Devine, J, Grossman, A, Kamasan, A, Kumar, CA, Mukhejee, N, Orsola-Vidal, A, Singh, U, Wartono, D
Paginationvi, 20 p. : 1 box; 3 fig.; 6 tab.
Date Published2010-01-01
PublisherWater and Sanitation Program, WSP
Place PublishedWashington, DC, USA
Keywordshand washing, hygiene, india himachal pradesh, india madhya pradesh, indonesia, sdihyg, tanzania

This reporting period marks the beginning of the final year of implementation of the Global Scaling Up Sanitation Project (TSSM) in India, Indonesia, and Tanzania—countries where the project is currently implemented. The project expects to meet or exceed global targets for the number of people having gained access to improved sanitation or have claimed open-defecation free (ODF) status. As
of December 31, 2009 an estimated 6.5 million people1 or 147% of the global end of project (EOP) target have either been verified by their respective national or local government verifi cation systems as having gained access to improved sanitation (2.1 million) or have claimed ODF (4.4 million people). A total of just under 4,000 communities have either been verifi ed ODF (1,700 communities or 60% EOP target) or have claimed ODF and are awaiting verification (2,250 communities or 80% EOP target). The implementation of each of the project components of creating demand, increasing supply, and strengthening the enabling environment in all three countries is well under way and is delivering expected results at scale. In the demand component, more than 2,500 communities have received Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) triggering and follow-up activities (60% of EOP target), of which 1,500 have been ignited (54% of EOP target). Progress in the supply component is also advancing with trained mason coverage of targeted communities at 56% of EOP target in Indonesia. Mason training in Tanzania have exceeded end of project targets. (Author's abstract)

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