Monitoring SDG targets 6.2 and 6.3 in Bolivia, Jordan and Uganda - brief case studies

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Monitoring SDG targets 6.2 and 6.3 in Bolivia, Jordan and Uganda - brief case studies

As we all know, monitoring is key to advancing sanitation for all. As a step towards exploring deeper SuSanA engagement on SDG 6.2 and 6.3 monitoring, in September 2021 the Secretariat commissioned me to undertake a rapid desk-review on the state of sanitation monitoring in three diverse countries; and to understand the institutions, actors, processes and mechanisms involved. Herewith find an overview presentation, summarizing the findings from the three countries. Looking forward to hearing your reactions, and suggestions for SuSanA on how to take work and discussion on this topic forward!
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Re: Monitoring SDG targets 6.2 and 6.3 in Bolivia, Jordan and Uganda - brief case studies

Dear Carolien,

I would like to start by saying welcome to the SuSanA forum as of September this past year. A very informative first post. 

Zambia is in the process of conducting their Joint Water Sector Review (JWSR) for this year, the process began already last year and interestingly Uganda come up in discussion on a number of occassions  as a case example based on how effective and efficient their JWSR processes is. I can assume that this could be one of the reasons you selected them in your investigation?

Could you share a little bit more about how Uganda has institutionalised their sector monitoring processes? For example,  are all responsible decentralised structures responsible and capacitated to collect and report sector performance information? or is the process outsourced to a consulting firm?  Zambia's last JWSR was done in 2018 before this year, how has Uganda managed to do this  annually (i assume)? 

It would be great to have a detailed report if you have one. 

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Re: Monitoring SDG targets 6.2 and 6.3 in Bolivia, Jordan and Uganda - brief case studies

Hello, 
Thank you for sharing. Is a full report available?
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Gian M. 
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Re: Monitoring SDG targets 6.2 and 6.3 in Bolivia, Jordan and Uganda - brief case studies

Dear Chaiwe and Gian,

Thank you for your interest in the SuSanA desk-review on sanitation monitoring, and of course thank you Carolien, for the great work. The SuSanA secretariat is pleased to announce that the three SuSanA case studies undertaken in Bolivia, Jordan and Uganda, as well as the PowerPoint presentation and the recorded presentation of the key findings of these desk reviews have been uploaded to the SuSanA library. The following link will lead you to the aforementioned documents Monitoring SDG targets 6.2 and 6.3in Bolivia, Jordan and Uganda - brief case studies - Resources • SuSanA  This desk-review presents concrete examples to understand better the framework and requirements around the topic of sanitation monitoring, with the aim to contribute to the achievement of SDG 6.2 and 6.3 through better and more frequent sanitation monitoring.
 
We are looking forward to your feedback on the content and outcomes of the 3 case studies and would be happy to pursue the discussions on the topic of monitoring SDG 6.2 and 6.3 on this forum thread.
 
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Re: Monitoring SDG targets 6.2 and 6.3 in Bolivia, Jordan and Uganda - brief case studies

Hello SuSanA secretariat, 

Thank you for sharing. I would have some follow-up questions: 
- How did you select the case study countries Bolivia, Jordan and Uganda?
- Are you planning to expand the study to more countries? 
- Are you planning a general synthesis, based on case study findings?
- In future, it would be great to learn more about concrete actions by in-country institutions (local or national) in charge of implementing national strategies.

(Apologies if some of these points were answered in previous posts.)

Gian M.   
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