|Type||Journal Article - Water and sanitation program (WSP). Washington DC: UNDP-World Bank|
|Title||Enabling environment assessment for scaling up sanitation programs: East Java, Indonesia|
The Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) is in the start-up phase of a new Global Scaling Up Sanitation Project. The project is applying Total Sanitation and Sanitation Marketing (TSSM) to stimulate and scale up sanitation demand and supply. One of the central objectives of the project is to improve sanitation at a scale sufficient to meet the 2015 sanitation MDG targets in Indonesia, Tanzania and the Indian states of Himachal Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.
The baseline assessment of the enabling environment was carried out during the start-up phase of the overall project in July and August 2007. A follow-up assessment will be carried out at the end of project implementation in mid-2009. This report presents the main findings and recommendations from the baseline assessment of the enabling environment to scale up, sustain and replicate sanitation improvements in East Java, Indonesia.
In order to ensure consistency in the assessment findings, WSP developed a conceptual framework for assessing the enabling environment for sanitation. This framework was developed based on a literature review and a series of discussions with key actors. The framework consists of eight dimensions considered essential to scaling up the total sanitation and sanitation-marketing approaches in rural areas:
• Policy, Strategy, and Direction
• Institutional Arrangements
• Program Methodology
• Implementation Capacity
• Availability of Products and Tools
• Cost-Effective Implementation
• Monitoring and Evaluation
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