Key Performance Indicators

Through the Global Sanitation Fund, WSSCC has committed over $112 million in 13 national sanitation and hygiene programmes. The commitment is yielding results across Africa and Asia and is shared by national partners, WSSCC and GSF donors.

Over the past three decades, WSSCC has amassed significant knowledge and expertise about sanitation and hygiene programming and helped empower households and communities to change behaviors at the heart of their development. We have also been committed to bringing to the fore the unacceptable fact that millions of menstruators do not have information, products, or facilities to take charge of their periods.

2017-2020 Strategic Plan Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) CUMULATIVE 
2017-2020
Strategic Plan
Number of communities that achieved ODF status following national criteria 33,300
Number of people living in targeted administrative areas where ODF status has been verified using national systems   12.8 Million
Number of people that have access to a handwashing facility with soap/ substitute on premises 7.9 Million
Number of people that have access to an improved sanitation facility  7.4 Million

Number of students in schools with basic sanitation AND handwashing facilities with water and soap as a result of GSF advocacy efforts

518,000
Number of subnational administrations with a strategy or roadmap in place to achieve universal ODF and or SDG target 6.2. using collective behavior change approaches 227
Number of people reached with menstrual hygiene awareness messages 810,000
Number of public health facilities with improved sanitation facilities which are single-sex and usable handwashing facilities with water and soap (JMP: limited service levels) as a result of GSF advocacy  189*

JMP: Joint Monitoring Programme
(*)Kenya, Madagascar, Senegal

Source: 2019, Reported by GSF Executing Agencies

 

Depending on the programme design and grant agreement. GSF programmes also measure other key performance indicators.

KPI 2019 Result
The number of people reached with menstrual hygiene awareness messages 142.000
The number of students in schools with basic sanitation and handwashing facilities with water and soap 208.000
The number of public health facilities with improved sanitation facilities which are single-sex and usable and handwashing facilities with water and soap 148
Number of subnational administrations with a strategy or roadmap in place to achieve universal ODF and or SDG target 6.2, using collective behaviour change approaches 117

Integrating Equality and Non-Discrimination into community sanitation programming


Community approaches to collective behaviour change aim for a whole community to end open defecation sustainably and on their own terms. This includes people who may be unable to build, use and maintain sanitation and hygiene facilities on their own, have less confidence or voice in community decision-making processes, or face active discrimination within the community. 
 
It is often assumed that community-based approaches are automatically equitable because everyone must have access to and consistently use latrines with handwashing facilities before ODF certification is possible. However, in practice, this often is not the case as seen in several GSF programmes.
 
Because sanitation behaviour change approaches are rooted in collective community action, and not everyone within a community has the same means and decision-making power as others, implementing programmes without a proactive consideration of EQND can result in people being left behind. Where individuals and groups face active discrimination, it can also jeopardize people’s safety, dignity and rights.

Our EQND Principles


  • Recognize differences between people 

  • Recognize the contributions of different people, including people who may be disadvantaged and involve them throughout 

  • Collaborate with organizations representing those most disadvantaged, seek their advice and engagement. 

  • Ensure no harm, including inadvertent.

  • Promote confidence of those who are potentially disadvantaged through encouraging active participation in community decision-making, including sharing views and encouraging others to listen. 

Financial Pipeline

US$ 103,697,379
GSF-supported programmes