On Friday 15 May, SNV's Global Sector Coordinator in WASH, Antoinette Kome, will participate in a multi-disciplinary expert panel that will reflect on the key monitoring findings of the first-ever large-scale application of Payment by Results (PbR) financing in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector.
The discussion will focus on findings of an independent evaluation of the WASH Results Programme of the UK Department for International Development (DFID), a £ 111 million seven-year programme to enable first-time access to water and sanitation.
Interested to participate in the webinar?
- What? A live panel discussion and Q&A on the influence of the PbR modality on WASH programming and outcomes based on the experience of DFID WASH Results Programme partners from 2014 to 2018
- When? Friday 15 May at 14:00 CEST
- Who? Leonard Tedd (DFID), Guy Howard (University of Bristol and formerly of DFID), Katherina Welle (Itad) and Antoinette Kome (SNV)
- How? Register with Zoom and prepare/submit your questions.
About the independent evaluation
The independent evaluation of DFID's WASH Results Programme was carried out by e-PACT, a consortium led by Oxford Policy Management and co-managed with Itad in association with the Institute for Fiscal Studies. Interested to participate? Access these resources in the web to prepare your questions for the expert panel.
- Monitoring, Verification, and Evaluation Component of the WASH Results Programme Evaluation Synthesis Report – Executive summary by e-PACT
- Collection of blogs prepared by the team verifying and evaluating DFID's WASH Results Programme.
PbR and SNV in WASH
SNV is one of the three suppliers of DFID’s WASH Results Programme. Working with governments and local partners in Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nepal, Tanzania, Uganda, Mozambique, South Sudan and Zambia, SNV implemented its rural sanitation approach - Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All (SSH4A) with UKAID funding. In the last six years (2014-2019), over 4.2 million people gained (new) access to sanitation and almost 2 million people gained access to a handwashing facility with soap.
SNV's rural sanitation approach contributed to ending open defecation, increased use of safely managed, functional and private toilets, and increased access to handwashing with soap facilities. To realise area-wide access to sanitation and contribute to the SDG's goal to leave no-one behind, SSH4A WASH Results Programme implementation was focused on households living in poverty, female-led households and households with people with disability.
Photo: In some parts of rural Kenya, guiding ropes were set up between households and their respective toilets to aid members living with a disability in accessing toilets (SNV in Kenya).