Project Logframe Intervention Logic To improve health among indigenous highland populations in Ratanakiri To ensure sustained access to appropriate

quality water and enhance hygiene and sanitation practices in highland communities in Ratanakiri province, Cambodia Objectively Verifiable Indicators Sources of Verification Risks and Assumptions

GOAL PURPOSE

PDRD will fully support the project Land title issues will not hinder work or participation in the targeted communities The communities will participate fully in the project.

Result 1

A functioning system of repair and maintenance of water facilities is in place (that enhances water supply skills at community and central level and ensure water points work)

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Result 2

A constructive dialogue with communities takes place leading to improved hygiene and sanitation practices in target communities

Result 3

Water facilities in areas of acute need are built and repaired and integrated in to a sustainable system of maintenance

Result 4

Schools in target areas are equipped with adequate sanitation facilities and teachers and students are able to maintain the new facilities

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Activities Related to Result 1 A functioning system of repair and maintenance of water facilities in place (that enhances water supply skills at community and central level and ensure water points work)

Preliminary meetings with community leaders to explain project goals and system of repair and maintenance Workshop with PRD to discuss objectives of project Signing of MoU with PRD to implement project General community meetings to discuss repair and maintenance system Design of repair and maintenance system, in consultation with PRD, NGOs, Water User Group and community leaders Complaints mechanism in place Training Provincial Rural Development Department on maintenance and repair and maintenance system Establish Water User Groups in each target village Support Water User Groups in each target village Set up secure storage for spares with PRD HU and PRD to jointly manage the spares stock Create provincial level database with village level water and sanitation information that links to the national database

Activities Related to Result 2 A constructive dialogue with communities takes place leading to improved hygiene and sanitation practices in target communities

Baseline survey (to understand people’s beliefs regarding disease transmission) Consultations with men, women and children (in indigenous languages) on habits of defecation, urination, and hygiene. And the beliefs surrounding them Identification of habits that people are dissatisfied with and why Synthesize alternative behaviour that is better, easier, more hygienic and preferable for both us and the community CWGs develop strategies for community hygiene education and maintaining clean and sanitary water points Possibility of latrine contruction (or facilitation of Community Led Total Sanitation methodology) if this is what the community agrees to PHAST training for community facilitators

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Activities Related to Result 3 Water facilities in areas of acute need are built and repaired and integrated in to a sustainable system of maintenance without external assistance.

Preliminary meetings with community leaders to explain project goals and objectives Survey of target villages to identify current condition of water sources Use survey to identify areas of greatest need within target 29 villages Community consultation for selection of appropriate water intervention in target villages with acute water needs. Training for Water User Group Contract for water supply intervention signed with community, including village/HU roles responsibilities and contributions Community begins collecting contributions for construction Water supply materials procurement, delivery to project site. Community work groups formed, work schedule finalized, community contributions completed Construction activities commence (technology depends on community consultation) Village work groups supervised by WUG members. Construction completed and evaluated New water points are incorporated in to maintenance system

Related to Result 4 Schools in target areas are equipped with adequate sanitation facilities and teachers and students are able to maintain the new facilities

Meeting with School Directors and Principals to explain project objectives Sign contract with PoE and HU and solicit assistance from Parent Teachers Associations Survey for hygiene knowledge of students and teachers Hygiene training for teachers and students Survey of sanitation facilities in 8 schools Construction of latrines for schools that don’t have latrines Construction materials are delivered to site, secured by school Water Filters installed in each school Student teams formed to maintain and clean toilets School age children trained in water use and hygiene education through Child to Child teaching methodologies 4

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