Capacity Building for Urban Sanitation Development Main Report



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5. Observed conditions
5.1 MCK USE

a. Household Toilet Situation by Class



Total

Upper Class

Middle Class

Lower Class

With Private Toilet

Without Private

Toilet


With Private Toilet

Without Private

Toilet


With Private Toilet

Without Private

Toilet


With Private Toilet

Without Private

Toilet

























b. Household Toilet Situation by Class


How many use MCK? Total: Always: Sometimes: Never: Don’t Know:
How many adult women

in this RT use MCK? Total: Always: Sometimes: Never: Don’t Know:


How many adolescent

girls use MCK? Total: Always: Sometimes: Never: Don’t Know:

How many adult men

in ths RT use MCK? Total: Always: Sometimes: Never: Don’t Know:


How many adolescent

boys use MCK? Total: Always: Sometimes: Never: Don’t Know:
How many children

below 12 use MCK? Total: Always: Sometimes: Never: Don’t Know:
c. Why do adult men use open defecation?

And adult women?

Adolescent boys?

Adolescent girls?

Children under 12?
d. What happens to the stools of babies?

And infants?

How do infants learn toilet use?

e. What effects does open defecatio nhas for people and community?



5.2 MCK MANAGEMENT

a. Does anyone else use the MCK? (i) No (ii) Yes, give details

b. Do they pay? (i) Yes (ii) No

c. How much do users pay? (i) Per visit: Rp. (ii) Per family-Per week: Rp. (iii) Per month: Rp. (iv) Per year: Rp.

d. How much are workers paid? (i) Caretakers: Men: Rp. Women: Rp.

(ii) Sweepers: Men: Rp. Women: Rp.

e. How much are other expenditures? (i) PDAM: Rp. (ii) Soap: Rp. (iii) Cleaning Fluid: Rp. (iv) Other: Rp.

f. (i) How much is average monthly income of the MCK? Rp. (ii) How much is the average monthly expenditure? Rp.

g. Does the MCK make a profit? (i) No, not even running cost covered (ii) Break even for Running Cost (iii) Profit/month: Rp.

h. Who manages the MCK? (i) RT leaders no. Men: no. Women: (ii) PKK No. Women: (iii) Other (specify) no. Men: no. Women:

i. What are the roles of the Management Committee? (i) Male members: (ii) Female members:

j. Which statements on participation are true?



Women do not come to committee meetings


Men do not come to committee meetings

Women come only occasionally but do not speak

Men come only occasionally and do not speak

Women always come but do not speak

Men always come, but do not speak

Women come occasionally and then speak, but do not influence decisions

Men come occasionally and then speak, but do not influence decisions

Women always come, speak and influence at least one decision

Men always come, speak and influence at least one decision

Women always come, speak and influence all decisions

Men always come, speak and influence all decisions

k. Does the management body account for the management of the MCK and its financing?

(i) Yes, to …………………………………. (ii) No

To whom ? (i) Men (ii) Women (iii) Both

How is this done and how often?

(i) Method:

(ii) Frequency:

ANNEX 3D Community Self-Assessment of MCK

1. Who operates?

Nobody City-paid operator Commercial operator 

RW/RT paid operator Local women volunteers Local men volunteers

2. No. of toilets?

For women For men For both 

Ever extended?

Yes, by community Yes, by other namely  ……….

Not able  No need

3. No. of bathing cublicles?

For women For men For both 

Wastafel present? Yes No 

4. Soap to wash hands? Yes No

Queuing at peak times? Yes No 

5. Operator promotes handwashing? Yes No 

6. Water supply? PDAM

Regular? Yes No 

Enough? Yes No 

Stand-by? Yes, borehole with pump Yes, handpump No 

Did community arrange for stand-by? Yes No 

7. Wastewater disposal?

Septic tank Community Treatment Plant City sewerage River 

8. Excreta visible in toilets? Yes No

Water seal? Yes, with water Yes, no water No 

9. Bad smell? Yes No

Cleaned after each use? With water With water & soap No 

10. Payments?

Per visit by subscription other Details ……………………………

Did community set payments?

Yes, leaders alone Yes, by user consultation No, others 

Amounts paid? Toilet ………… Bath …………… Laundry ……………

Soap …………… Water …………

Are payments too high for some? Yes No

What is problem? ………………………………

11. All adults pay? Yes No, some refuse No, poor are free

Children pay? Yes No 

12. Income covers which costs?

Operator fee Water bill Soap to clean

Soap to wash hands Carbol Cleaning brush

Emptying Septic tank Sewerage bill Fuel bill 

General Upkeep (painting, repair doors, floor etc.) 

Expansion of MCK Replacing worn out MCK 

13. Anyone pays some uncovered costs?

No Yes, RT RW City Other  namely …………

14. Anyone pays all uncovered costs?

No Yes, RT RW City Other  namely …………
ANNEX 3E Scores for Community Self-Assessment of MCK
A. Environmental Health Risks

1. Average number of households practising open defecation per toilet:

Average number of persons practising open defecation per toilet:

2. No separate toilets for women

3. No separate bathing cubicles for women:’

No wastafel for handwashing:

4. No soap for handwashing:

Yes, queuing at peak times:

5. Operator does not promote handwashing:

6. No regular water supply:

Water supply not enough:

No standby water supply:

7. Wastewater disposed in river:

8. Excreta visible in toilets:

Water seals broken:

Water seals without water:

9. Toilets have bad smell:

Cleaned after use with water only:

Not cleaned after use:

10. Payments too high for some:

11. Children must pay:

B. Community Management Capacity

1. MCK managed by locally paid operator/ local volunteers:

2. MCK extended by community:

3. Separate provisions for women:

4. Soap to wash hands present:

5. Operator promotes handwashing:

6. Community arranged stand-by water supply:

(no score on wastewater management)

7. Toilets clean without bad smell:

8. Toilets cleaned after each use:

9. Payments set by community

Payments are affordable:

10. All adults pay except poor:

Children are free to use

11. MCK Income covers all operation costs:

(first three lines)

MCK income covers upkeep

MCK income covers expansion

MCK income covers replacement

12. RT/RW covers some uncovered costs:


RT/RW covers all uncovered costs:

ANNEX 3F Community Solid Waste Management – Numbers of Male / Female Workers at Primary Level

City

By Municipality

By Community (RT)

By Informal Private Sector

By Formal Private Sector

Men

Women

Men

Women

Men

Women

Men

Women

Blitar

SW Collection

























Segregation at Source(TPS)























Dump (TPA) Scavenging

























Street sweepers

























Solo

SW Collection

























Segregation at Source(TPS)

























Dump (TPA) Scavenging























Street sweepers

























Denpasar

SW Collection

























Segregation at Source (TPS)

























Dump (TPA) Scavenging

























Street sweepers























Banjarmasin

SW Collection

























Segregation at Source(TPS)

























Dump (TPA) Scavenging

























Street sweepers

























Payakumbuh

SW Collection


























Segregation at Source(TPS)

























Dump (TPA) Scavenging

























Street sweepers

























Jambi

SW Collection























Segregation at Source(TPS)


























Dump (TPA) Scavenging

























Street sweepers


























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