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REGIONAL STATES OF ETHIOPIA
REGIONAL STATES OF
ETHIOPIA
Basic Problems Prior to Programs Interventions Water and Sanitation
Basic Problems Prior to Programs
Interventions
Water and Sanitation

Problem of access to quality Education /ECD/

Lack of access to Clean water

Basic Problems Cont’d School Health & Nutrition Nutrition
Basic Problems Cont’d
School Health & Nutrition
Nutrition

Parasite infection

Parasite

infection isis high

high

Basic Problems Cont’d School Health & Nutrition Nutrition infection Parasite is is high

Vitamin AA deficiency

Vitamin

deficiency

PE CBS ECD SHN WATER
PE
CBS
ECD
SHN
WATER
Program Accomplishments Program’s Activities To date Accomplishment ECD Total # of beneficiaries/ Lower level gov’t district/K
Program Accomplishments
Program’s Activities
To date Accomplishment
ECD
Total # of
beneficiaries/
Lower level gov’t
district/K
%
CBSs
Community Based class room Construction including ECD class
room
24
35
68.5%
ECD program Support
Schools with furniture Provision
Schools with play ground installation
School with indoor learning aid materials
PTA & Community Training
ECD Facilitators Short term Training
ECD and Co-ECD Facilitators Pre and in-Service Training
24
35
65.5%
24
35
68.5&
24
35
178
21/45
46.6%
ECD =28
C0- ECD 17
100%
Parent education /orientation program participants
835
1080
73.3%
SHN, Water and San.
De-warming
Vitamin A supply.
First – Aid kits provision
CB and F. school Potable water access beneficiary
30,137
29,331
39
56
19,620
28
Household level latrine construction
929
ECD Program activities Description of activities unit plan accomplish % ment 1.School construction •ECD classes incorporated
ECD Program activities
Description of activities
unit
plan
accomplish
%
ment
1.School construction
•ECD classes incorporated in CBS
No. of
35
24
68.6
CBSs
2.
Provision of school materials
•Class- room furniture, play-ground
materials, Indoor Learning Aid
materials
Piece
35
24
68.5
ECD Program activities cont’d 3. Training • PTA & Community training • Facilitators Pre and In-Service
ECD Program activities cont’d
3. Training
• PTA & Community training
• Facilitators Pre and In-Service
training
• Short term training
• Parent education on ECD
No. of
trainees
245
178
72.6
Facilitators
52
45
86.5
Facilitators
26
21
81
Parents
1080
835
73.3
4.SHN program
•De-warming
•Vitamin A supply
•First-Aid kits
•Access to in-school clean water
•Access to clean house hold heads
No. of
beneficiaries
33,100
30,137
91.5
33,100
29,331
89.0
56
56
100
Water point
No. of H.H
94
110
117
800
929
116
Growth Trend in ECD 2002 – 2007 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 M F 800 T
Growth Trend in ECD 2002 – 2007
1800
1600
1400
1200
1000
M
F
800
T
600
400
200
0
9 119 3
212
167
142
309
244
244
488
433
437
870
586
519
1105
836
800
1636
5
1
4
9

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

%

ECD enrollment and drop-out rate 2004- 2006 ECD students in 24 CBS & 2 Formal schools
ECD enrollment and drop-out rate 2004- 2006
ECD students in 24 CBS & 2
Formal schools
Enrollment
Drop out
Total
enrollment
rate at
Impact
S/N
Year
M
F
T
M
F
T
%
Area
1
2004
242
238
480
3
5
8
1.6
9.1%
2
2005
433
437
870
-
-
-
0
16.6%
3
2006
586
519
1105
-
1
1
0.09
21.16%
Plan
2008
26%
Program Achievements to date
Program Achievements to date

Enrolment rate and performance is increased / is better

Enrols drop out is reduced

Girls participation is increased/49%/

Students

Studentshealth

health status,

status, personal

personal and

and schools

schoolsenvironmental

environmental

hygiene isis improved

hygiene

improved

Access

Access toto Potable

Potable water,

water, Standard

Standard latrine

latrine and

and hand

hand washing

washing

washing

facility isis increased.

facility

increased.

Parent

Parent participation

participation and

and ownership

ownership attitude

attitude isis improved.

improved.

Lack of technical knowledge and experience in ECD Lack of Policy support Sustainability
Lack of technical knowledge and experience in ECD
Lack of Policy support
Sustainability
Lack of technical knowledge and experience in ECD Lack of Policy support Sustainability Reinforcing the

Reinforcing the existing effort

Advocacy

Scaling up

Home/Community based ECD (shared experiences)

Lack of technical knowledge and experience in ECD Lack of Policy support Sustainability Reinforcing the