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Impact Evaluations in WASH

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Results from 2 WASH IE studies in Indonesia (East Java)
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Context of Sanitation issues in Indonesia
Open defecation Health issues
Supply and demand-driven actions for behavior change Diarrhea, Parasites, Anemia, Height and weight, Cognitive development
• Around 18.6 million people in Indonesia lacked access to proper sanitation last year • Indonesia “not on track” for sanitation MDG
Sanitation is essential for increasing overall quality of life and reducing extreme poverty
Knowledge Gaps
• The water and sanitation program has a “MENU” of options for Technical Assistance to different countries • Need to explore which aspects of sanitation campaign models can increase take-up in sanitation use and “adoption”, and certain key development indicators of children • Test a larger scale program with evidence: East Java
Knowledge Gaps
• Conducting Formative Research as a Foundation for an Evidence-Based Intervention Projects design based on evidence from prior and newly commissioned programs Better understand the target population and to identify what factors influence the desired behaviors
Distribution of methods included in WASH studies, WSP*
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Program basic description
Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS), behavior change communications, and social marketing of sanitation to generate sanitation demand and strengthen the supply of sanitation products and services at scale, leading to improved health for people in


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Title Impact Evaluations in WASH
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Christian Borja-Vega

Date 2014-05
Event

East Asia Regional Impact Evaluation Wokshop

Pages 34
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management