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Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene Programme Framework SNV Vietnam 2011

Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene Programme Framework SNV Vietnam 2011

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Programme Framework  April 2011
Sustainable Sanitation andHygiene for ALL
SNV Vietnam
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Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All Framework
 “Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All” aims at district-wide sanitation coverage andaccess to hygiene promotion. For this effective linkages with governance issues, as well asgender and social inclusion are made. National-level multi-stakeholder processes and learningare also integrated in the approach.The Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All Programme is currently implemented in 17Districts across five Countries and is a partnership between SNV Netherlands DevelopmentOrganisation, IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre and partners in Nepal, Bhutan,Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. It is supported by AusAID and the Dutch government. Theoverall objective is enhanced access to improved sanitation and improved hygiene practices of 122,000 rural people in Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Nepal and Bhutan.SNV is an capacity building and knowledge sharing organisation and activities are implementedin collaboration with local government and line agencies. At the regional level the focus is onlearning, documenting and sharing of best practices of the program within existing national andregional platforms, contributing to evidence-base for rural sanitation and hygiene in 5countries. This has included developing a shared Performance Monitoring Framework withshared indicators which enables demonstrating impact at scale.In this approach, SNV has integrated insights in community-led sanitation promotion, privatesector development for sanitation, hygiene behavioural change communication and WASHgovernance. It is based on a combination of validated methodologies for Sanitation and Hygienepromotion at village level, and experience and expertise in institutionalising such methodologiesat different levels of government and society.By building the capacity of local organisations in these areas, and implementing jointprogrammes, these organisations have managed to ensure:• Sustained use of hygienic toilets that actually block transmission routes of disease• Movement of households up the sanitation ladder, and• Increased local investment in sanitation.To effectively promote improved sanitation and enable behaviour change, whole communitiesneed to be engaged. Creating awareness and demand for sanitation among rural households,for example through community-led total sanitation (CLTS), is a first step. It requires follow-upin the form of information about sanitation options and sanitary standards of toilets.Furthermore, initial demand needs to be linked to low-cost supply of services and hardware tohelp households move up the sanitation ladder. Local agencies should gradually includeadditional hygiene behaviour messages, making use of innovative behaviour changecommunication tools. All these efforts have to be embedded in local planning and learning,engaging different local stakeholders and encouraging them to invest in sanitation and hygiene.Key Components are the strengthening of professional and institutional capacity in:-
Sanitation demand creation-
Strengthening sanitation supply chain development-
Developing behavioral change communication for hygiene and sanitation marketing-
Improving WASH governance and multi-stakeholder sector development-
Analysing, dissemination, and learning
Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All Programme Model
Sustainability for SNV’s SS&H4A programme relates to:1.
The capacity of families to sustain and keep improving their hygiene behaviour (related tosanitation)2.
The capacity of different actors (local governments, private sector, local NGOs, grassrootsorganisations) in the enabling environment to sustain sanitation service levels and support(in demand creation, supply chain and BCC most importantly).
Sustainable Sanitation and
Access to supplyand finance
Responsive institutional set-up(good WASH
Access to hygienepromotion andinformation
Enabling Environment
Specific institutionaland cultural context

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