Capacity Building for Urban Sanitation Development Main Report


Presence and quality of students’ urinals



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2. Presence and quality of students’ urinals

Options

Scores

Score

Urinals exists but are not functional or not being used

0




Urinals exist & in use but they are dark, smelly and full/blocked (urine on the floors)

25




Benchmark: Urinals are clean (no urine stagnant on floor);

50




In addition, no stagnant urine outside the urinal room AND there is water, soap or ash for hand washing within easy reach of the children

75




Ideal: In addition, Urinals are child friendly (e.g., lower height, colourful walls, etc.)

100




3. Separate facilities for girls?

a. Separate urinals for girls 10 years and older?

b. Separate toilets for girls 10 years and older?

4. Operation and maintenance of students’ toilets and urinals


Options

Scores

Score

Toilet/urinal exists and in use but not being maintained or cleaned - no cleaning materials present

0




Toilet/urinal exists and in use, cleaning materials present and toilet/urinal not soiled with excreta or stagnant urine

25




Benchmark: Toilet/urinal is functioning and clean; there is a system for cleaning toilets/urinals (either by caretaker or by school children) with adequate materials (e.g., water, soap and broom)

50




In addition, there is a maintenance fund for toilet management enough to buy soap, brooms etc. and pay the caretaker

75




Ideal: In addition, the task of cleaning or maintaining toilets/urinals is shared equally among girls and boys, and of all socio-economic groups

100



5. Cleaning of urinals and toilets

a. No one cleans regularly Mainly girls Mainly boys 

b. Boys and girls equally Female teacher Male teacher 

c. Male and female teachers Paid caretaker 


6. Presence and nature of hygiene education in school

Options

Scores

Score

No hygiene education classes held in the school

0




Hygiene education messages only on special days

10




Benchmark: Hygiene promotion during morning assembly or prayers

25




In addition, hygiene promotion classes are in the weekly time table but not always held

50




Ideal: Hygiene promotion classes are in the time table and are held at regularly (every week)

75







100




7. Presence and use of hygiene education materials


Options

Scores


Score

No special materials for hygiene promotion available or used in the school

0




Booklets and other written material available in school, but not used

10




Benchmark: Booklets and other written material used in hygiene promotion and School Sanitation Committees or Clubs formed by children

25




In addition, special material (games, toys, etc.) are used for hygiene promotion and School Sanitation Committees or Clubs are active

50




Ideal: Teachers involve children in regular monitoring of school sanitation facilities and in their regular upkeep and maintenance (e.g., reporting and solving problems)

75







100




8. Outreach to students’ homes

Options

Scores

Score


No hygiene promotion done by children in their homes or in their community

0




Children participate in rallies and marches through the village community on special days; but nothing more

10




Benchmark: In addition to rallies and marches, children speak to their parents about the need for good hygiene behaviour (e.g., by requesting access to material like nail cutters, soap and ash), and at least one child reports a change in access to material in their homes.

25




In addition, most children report change in access to material (e.g., nail cutters, soap and ash) in their homes OR teachers and students have identified and solved at least one community-level hygiene or sanitation problem

50




Ideal: In addition, teachers involve children in a regular system to identify hygiene and sanitation problems in their houses or community, and find practical solutions by discussing with the parents, PTA or WatSan committee

75







100



9. Training of teachers in hygiene education


Options

Scores

Score

None of the teachers were trained

0




One female teacher was trained

10




Benchmark: One male and one female teacher has been trained

25




In addition, they have shared training with other teachers

50




Ideal: In addition, were all teachers trained in hygiene education

75







100




10. Use of training

Options

Scores

Score

No support (no training, no visits, no materials, no funds, etc.) during the UNICEF project period


0




Officials have organized training for school teachers but have not visited the school visit, and have given no other support

10




Benchmark: Officials have organized district-level teacher training, and inspected the school watsan facilities at least once during the UNICEF project period

25




In addition, officials have made sure that adequate amounts of UNICEF-provided educational material are available to teachers

50




Ideal: In addition, officials have responded to specific requests by teachers and made funds available for improving hygiene behaviour and watsan facilities in schools

75







100





ANNEX 3C MCKs: Community Management and Gender
1. General information

City

No. RWs

Total


Number RTs

Total

Total No.

Poor RTs


Total Number of MCKs

Total Number of Sanimas

Managed by RT

Managed by NGO

Managed by other

Managed by RT

Managed by NGO

Managed by other

Blitar




























Solo




























Denpasar




























Banjarmasin




























Payakumbuh




























Jambi






























2. Information on MCK

MCK


Yr built

No. Toilets

No. Shower

Laundry


PDAM Enough & Reliable?

Water

Reservoir

Present?


Hand wash

Facility


Present?

Soap

for


users?

Caretaker(s) Present?


Separate Sweeper(s) Present ?

Number of Men

Number of Women

Number of Men

Number of Women

Y

N

Y

N

Y

N

Y

N

Y

N

Y

N

Y

N

Y

N

Paid

Unpaid

Paid

Unpaid

Paid

Unpaid

Paid


Unpaid

1









































































2







































































3



















































































































































3. Where do gray & black water go? 4. When was septic tank last emptied

MCK 1

2

3

4

5

6

MCK 1

2

3

4

5

6






































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