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Resources

Briefing Note: Joint Evaluation of the GSF Programme in Togo

Cette note de synthèse donne un aperçu des résultats et des recommandations de l'évaluation conjointe du programme GSF au Togo. Géré par l'UNICEF avec l'objectif de confier la gestion au Ministère de la santé et du bien-être social (MSPS), le programme vise à améliorer l'assainissement et l'hygiène pour 1,650 000 personnes vivant dans les régions de Savanes, Kara et Plateaux- soit 40% de la population rurale. Le programme apporte un soutien important à la campagne nationale TOGO SANDAL, dont le but est d’éradiquer la défécation à l’air libre (DAL) d’ici 2025.This brief provides an overview of findings and recommendations of the Joint Evaluation of the GSF Programme in Togo. Managed by UNICEF with an objective to hand over the management to the Ministry for Health and Social Welfare (MSPS), the programme works to improve sanitation and hygiene for 1,650,000 people living in the Regions of Savanes, Kara and Plateaux nearly 40% of Togo’s rural population. It is a key contributor to the ‘Togo SANDAL’ national movement for an ODF Togo by 2030.

Report of the Joint Evaluation of the GSF Programme in Togo

The GSF-supported programme in Togo works to improve sanitation and hygiene for 1,650,000 people living in the Regions of Savanes, Kara and Plateaux nearly 40% of Togo’s rural population. It is a key contributor to the ‘Togo SANDAL’ national movement for an ODF Togo by 2030.Le programme soutenu par le GSF au Togo vise à améliorer l'assainissement et l'hygiène pour 1 650 000 personnes vivant dans les régions de Savanes, Kara et Plateaux - près de 40% de la population rurale du Togo. UNICEF Togo a été choisi pour gérer le programme dans un premier temps, avec pour objectif de confier la gestion du programme au ministère de la Santé et du Bien-être social (MSPS). Une évaluation conjointe du programme a été lancée en 2016 pour identifier les réalisations et les défis de la mise en œuvre et d’en tirer des leçons permettant d’orienter la phase d’extension du programme afin d’atteindre les objectifs dans les délais. Il couvre la période de septembre 2013 à mars 2017, tout en cherchant à tenir compte des développements en cours dans le programme et les institutions concernées, en particulier le MSPS et le GSF.

Using a life-cycle approach to target WASH policies and programmes

This brief from WSSCC and 3ie is based on a systematic review that looked at how the life-cycle approach is incorporated into WASH programmes and policies. This review analysed dominant approaches to targeting populations, the barriers to access and strategies to improve access to WASH services.

Brief based on systematic review

Brief based on systematic review: Handwashing and sanitation behaviour change in WASH interventions

Systematic review summary

Systematic review summary: Promoting handwashing and sanitation behaviour change in low-and middle-income countries

Promoting handwashing and sanitation behavior change

Full systematic review technical report

Incorporating the life cycle approach

Full systematic review technical report

As We Grow Up: A Tactile Book on Menstrual Hygiene Management Facilitator’s Manual (EN and HIN)

This manual in English is for facilitators using As We Grow Up: A Tactile Book on Menstrual Hygiene Management. The tactile book has been designed in consultation with visually impaired women and girls to break the silence on menstruation, provide spaces for dialogue and discussion, increased understanding and information. It was developed by the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) in collaboration with the Centre for Excellence in Tactile Graphics (CoETG) – Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.This manual in Hindi is for facilitators using As We Grow Up: A Tactile Book on Menstrual Hygiene Management. The tactile book has been designed in consultation with visually impaired women and girls to break the silence on menstruation, provide spaces for dialogue and discussion, increased understanding and information. It was developed by the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) in collaboration with the Centre for Excellence in Tactile Graphics (CoETG) – Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.