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1 Update on Knowledge Management Capacity Building regional organisations Group work Learning & Sharing Ouagadougou, July 2012 Pels, IRC West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

2 Objectives of this session: Update on WA-WASH KM work 10 What has been done until today What is expected of WA-WASH partners for KM Capacity Building regional organisations10 What changed Tour d horizon desk research Group work Learning & Sharing Work in country teams: KM team to chair 40 Plot partner / other Learning & Sharing mechanisms What CB is needed Plenary reporting back group work 20

3 Update on Knowledge Management What has been done until today West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

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6 Knowledge Management? Make primary information flow (IM) See next slide (NOT ADMIN INFO) Share knowledge (KS) See following slide For engineers K = I*(ESA) or in text: knowledge is information in use. KM => KS..IM => KS....IM => KS + IM Experience | Skills | Attitude West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

7 Information management Key to success: WA-WASH KM-team = YOU! After Action Review (AAR) method = simple Contact person (+ 1 st in line) at every partner Up-to-date Calendar of events / Who = who list Activities GIS IT support = tools! West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

8 Knowledge sharing Key to success: WA-WASH KM-team Back to back with meetings (like now ) Document sharing processes => FIU lead Up-to-date WHEN/WHO Calendar of events / Who = who list WHAT/HOW Documents (WPs, Press releases, PPTs, ANYTHING) WHERE GIS IT support = tools! West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

9 .... KM links to Communication Monitoring / Evaluation Learning / Knowledge sharing Information management / GIS database IT use!..... sustainability West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

10 Lessons WAWI I & II Begin as you mean to go on / KM team at the start Need of key contacts in partner organisation Regular communication in the KM team Central repository for information WHEN/WHO Calendar of events / Who = who list WHAT/HOW Documents (WPs, Press releases, PPTs, ANYTHING) WHERE GIS Needs in-continent office Language barrier! West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

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13 WA-WASH Central KM team Burkina Faso, Salouka Ghana, Otum Mali, Koné Niger, Ousmane The Netherlands, Bury The Netherlands, Pels West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

14 Build network in the WA-WASH partnership Use ICT Chrome / Google +, mail, groups, drive, calendar, CLOUD connect, Picasa, YouTube / SoundCloud / Microsoft + / Skype #WAWASHKM Coming: Drupal / DropBox / Twitter / Facebook page Run mail list: https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/wawashhttps://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/wawash Populate blog / GLOWS portal / / / Keep Google WA-WASH / WASH sector country Calendar current Collect sector documents Take inventory activities Use AKVO Really Simple Reporting ….. Or alike in GLOWS portal West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

15 GLOWS website West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

16 Ghana country blog West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

17 AKVO RSR Rain foundation West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

18 AKVO RSR project example West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

19 Step 1 Country Plans Take stock of activities by WA-WASH Step 2 NOW Platforms for dialogues / learning & sharing where capacity is build Take stock Step 3 GLOWS Portal Make information flow: Within WA-WASH Within platforms Within sector Towards public

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23 Update on Knowledge Management What is expected of WA-WASH partners for KM West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

24 Step 1 KM team Kick-off workshop July 9-14, 2012 Step 2 NOW Staff of WA-WASH partners needed to join the KM country team Step 3 GLOWS Portal Make information flow: Within WA-WASH Within platforms Within sector Towards public

25 Nodes WA-WASH 1. Global 2. USAid 3. FIU / IRC 4. Country manager 5. Country platforms 6. WA-WASH Partners 7. Partner platforms 8. Implementers 9. Community 10. Beneficiary Sharing & Learning 1. RWSN / WWF etc 2. … 3. … 4. … 5. Learning / Sharing 6. Learning / Sharing? 7. Learning / Sharing 8. …. 9. Management? *) 10. Sustainable? *) Information flow 1.Browse 2.Reports 3.Portal / Blogs 4.Reports 5.… 6.Reports 7.… 8.Reports 9.Stories *) 10.Stories *) West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program *) Triangulation field fact finding missions needed.

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27 Collect Compare Connect Communicate Contact Channel Collect, Compare, Connect, Communicate, Capacitate, Contact, Codify, Channel … West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

28 In every WA-WASH partner in every country staff (at least one) to join the country KM teams. To make the information flow To take stock of activities To co-edit the country calendar To … FUI BF / Miami to work on Information systems

29 Triangulation fact finding field research West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

30 WAWI (WA-WASH predecessor) No legacy!!!! World Vision / WaterAid / CARE have bits and pieces Let us not re-invent the square wheel again … West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program WAWI legacy

31 Green 1. Mailing-list 2. Network 3. Google Cloud 4. Co-creation 5. Partnership 6. Social media 7. Public calendar 8. Open data / open knowledge (WB) Red 1. Mail C.C. and B.C.C 2. Hierarchy 3. MsDOS 4. Teaching 5. Project 6. Reports 7. Hidden agenda 8. Information on a need-to-know basis Orange 1. Mail To 2. Silos 3. DropBox 4. Telling 5. Program 6. Website / portal 7. No agenda 8. Empowered secretariat West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program Knowledge Management is about POWER, ACCESS and LANGUAGE I leave it to you to score WA-WASH to figure out challenges

32 Capacity Building regional organisations What changed West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

33 Capacity building Regional Organisations National Organisations Local governments Communities IR A: Accelerated access to improved WASH services CB of communities and HH to use water and sanitation facilities and adopt hygiene behaviours Activities: 1.1 to 1.7 | 2.2 | 2.5 IR B: Improved sustainability of WASH services CB of local authorities / water service providers to plan, invest, operate and monitor WASH services Activities: 2.1 to 2.5 | IR C: synergies between WASH, Food security and Climate Change CB of national organisations to integrate WASH and food security programmes and adapt to climate change. Activities: 3.1 to 3.3 IR D: Strengthen regional enabling environment for integrated WASH CB of regional organisations to strengthen the potential in WASH advocacy, KM and networking Activities: 4.1 to 4.4. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

34 There is no WASH regional organisations as such in West Africa EAA (WSAfrica = former CREPA) has ambitions… The regional organisations are not WASH related and dont hold any mandate on WASH West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program Re-focus of Inventory

35 2009 ANEW: Analysis of Water and Sanitation Policies and Status of IWRM in Africa & Advocacy capacity assessment of African civil society on water supply and sanitation West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program Re-focus of Inventory

36 A number of questions that need to be answered to help develop a CB program. A study would help identify which learning and knowledge platforms the program should be part of to make sure that the knowledge and learning created during WA- WASH are part of a bigger picture and to make sure that the steps and learning taken during this program are known by the sector. After having identified the platforms, the assessment will look in the capacity of those platforms to be a place of exchange of information. These platforms will play their role in the WASH sector. It will help in identifying capacity gaps and the program would then build capacity of the selected platforms, mainly through the knowledge management activity handled by IRC. One important point is that the study should not limit itself to NGOs platform but should include any kind of learning platform existing on WASH in each of the 3 countries: Burkina, Ghana, and Niger and eventually Mali if and when activities are allow back. We agreed that this is an important aspect of capacity building and IRC should go ahead with it. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

37 Capacity Building Setting WAWASH includes a CB component geared towards decentralised organisations (IRC) and academic institutions (Unesco) in each country, and intra-regional organisations (FIU). While developing the workplan in each country last year, it became clear each partner would carry on CB activities to implement its part of the programme. The planned CB activities are in direct relation with each partners project and essential to the success of the WAWASH programme. WAWASH also includes the assessment of WASH capacities of governmental agencies and non- governmental organisations (conducted by IWA) and the assessment of capacities of WASH Learning & sharing platforms (conducted by IRC), in each country. Based on these assessments, it will be possible to identify the gaps in planning and construction, operation and financing, social mobilisation, as well as gaps in learning and sharing information and knowledge, in each country. Then based on each partners CB plan, it will be possible to identify the gaps that our programme will address by August 2015 and to figure out overall WAWASH contribution to meet capacity needs. WAWASH seeks to develop approaches, methods, tools and capacities that will last after the programme ends (on top of infrastructure). It means that the CB materials developed under WAWASH should be made available to others and benefit not only to the direct audience / targets each partner will reach through its own activities. In order to embed and to scale-up WAWASH CB, one can seek for the integration of WAWASH trainings into existing curricula and, when possible, the attendance of non WAWASH partners to the training sessions each partner will organise. Other options are possible and will be discussed in the course of the forum. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

38 Capacity Building Roadmap During the first 2 days of the forum (16 & 17), IWA and IRC will present their assessment of WASH capacity gaps and all WA WASH partners will present their CB plan for each country where they work. It will be a good opportunity to touch base on each partners project and on the potential of our programme to bridge some capacity gaps. WAWASH partners will also discuss various options to levy our CB activities and ensure they survive WAWASH. Finally, the aim is to reach an agreement on a sharing mechanism (giving all of us access to all CB materials) and on a peer-review process allowing synergies when relevant. At the end of these 2 days, a CB framework is designed for BF (and possibly for the other countries), as well as a strategy to enlarge our audience and levy our CB activities. In parallel to the internal forum, IWA is organising a side event in order to validate the assessment of WASH capacities in BF with local stakeholders. The last day of the meeting consists in an open forum where assessments of gaps in BF and the WAWASH CB framework for BF are exposed to local stakeholders (from high level to CBOs, including academic/training institutes). A round-table discussion will be facilitated to cover the different leverage options envisaged by WAWASH partners. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

39 WA-WASH partner input IWA and IRC present the results of the country assessments…… Each partner presents the CB related activities planned in each country. A format is included in the attach to align our presentations (~15 min each) IWA organises the validation side-event. IRC introduces the Triple-S initiative to local stakeholders before the official launch of the programme on July 18. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

40 Capacity Building regional organisationsLearning & Sharing platforms Tour d horizon desk research West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

41 Platforms in the WASH Sector in Ghana (Abu Wumbei RCN Ghana) Sector annual conferences: Mole conference (CONIWAS) Ghana Water Forum (MWRWH) NESCON (MLGRD) Annual review meetings: CWSA annual review platform (CWSA) WaterAid annual review (WAG) Unicef / Gov of Ghana annual review (Unicef / MLGRD) Annual Learning Festival (SNV, N/R) National/ Regional/ District level learning events: National Level Learning Alliance platform (RCN) DLLAP - Ashaiman, Hunni Valley & Mankessim – (TREND/ TPP) Association of Water Boards (in the 3 Northern Regions) WASH Stakeholder Collaborative Meetings (CWSA, UE) Natural Resources & Environmental Governance Platform (KASA) Essential Services platform (ISODEC) Afram School of Learning (CONIWAS) West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

42 Platforms in the WASH Sector in Ghana (Abu Wumbei RCN Ghana) Working Groups: Water and Sanitation Sector Working Group (MWRWH) National Technical Working Group on Sanitation (NTWGS) National Environmental Sanitation Policy Coordination Council (NESPoCC) SHEP Working Group (SHEP) CLTS Task Force Sanitation KMI Consortium High Level Sector Retreat MDG platform (Christian Council) AID Effectiveness platform (SEND) WASHTech LA (TREND / RCN) Triple-S /WASHCost advisory group (IRC / WD-MWRWH) WASH Alliance - Ghana platform (WA-G) West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

43 WASH LEARNING PLATFORMS AND ORGANIZATIONS IN GHANA NATIONAL LEVEL LEARNING ALLIANCE PLATFORM COALITION OF NGOs IN WATER AND SANITATION MOLE CONFERENCE MINISTRY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION CONFERENCE MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES WORKS AND HOUSING GHANA WATER FORUM WATERAID IN GHANA WATERAID REGIONAL LEARNING CENTRE FOR CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT (RLCCE) WEST AFRICA CIVIL SOCIETY INSTITUTE (WACSI) CAPACITY BUILDING FOR CSOs GHANA WATSAN JOUNALIST NETWORK MEDIA ENGAGEMENTS West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

44 CONIWAS Blog …. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

45 Faso Calendar | L&S Opportunities West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

46 Literature: 2011 by IRC Vers la gestion des connaissances et lapprentissage sectoriel au Burkina Faso : comprendre les pratiques actuelles relatives à linformation et aux connaissances dans le secteur de leau et lassainissement. Burkina Faso Language and Access main problems Continued.. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

47 Literature: 2011 by IRC Flow information and sharing also in rural zones (80% population 2007) Use telephones = access Connection to global debate problematic (WASH language is English) West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

48 Literature: 2009 by Eau Vive ETAT DES LIEUX DES COLLECTIFS, PLATEFORMES ET RESEAUX DORGANISATIONS DE LA SOCIETE CIVILE DU SECTEUR EAU ET ASSAINISSEMENT DANS 6 PAYS DE LAFRIQUE DE LOUEST ET DU CENTRE Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso Synthesis report on West Africa West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

49 Tout dabord, chaque phase vient en son temps et il semble peu opportun de forcer le mouvement, en suivant les recommandations de M. Compaoré concernant la nécessité dune approche portée par les acteurs locaux et non internationaux, et suivant un agenda et échéancier déterminés localement. Dans cette logique, peut-être que la simple collecte dinformations et la sensibilisation à la gestion des connaissances, si importantes actuellement, sont une étape logique avant de pouvoir espérer des échanges approfondis et plus complexes dans le sens dune véritable réflexion collective intégrée ? Ensuite, au niveau du secteur il semble que les réseaux de centres de ressources disposent dune opportunité non négligeable pour appuyer les agences gouvernementales à coordonner les activités de gestion des informations et de partage de connaissances, à centraliser linformation et unifier les plateformes déchanges. Enfin, à un niveau personnel, louverture croissante de certains acteurs vers les sources dinformation et dappui externes telles que les communautés de pratique semblent offrir des perspectives enrichies et semblent encourager le réflexe de la gestion des connaissances. Mais le dernier mot revient peut-être à M. Giniès (2iE) quand il rend hommage à la créativité et au dynamisme des jeunes générations burkinabè comme dune source de progrès pour lensemble du secteur HAEP : « Il faut dire au monde quil y a des jeunes africains qui travaillent, qui publient des travaux et qui sont en Afrique et qui travaillent sur les problèmes de lAfrique. Il ny a pas que le nord qui soccupe de lAfrique ». West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program Local agenda!: simple info-flow and preparing KM Resource centre is a good start ….. Younger generations should / could / can pick up

50 Literature: 2011 by IRC Studies Ghana and Burkina Faso for Triple-S Studies Ghana and Burkina Faso for Triple-S: LESSONS FOR RURAL WATER SUPPLY Assessing progress towards sustainable service delivery On water! West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

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52 6.5 CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT Ghana / Triple-S Study Lack of capacity at all intermediate levels (with the exception of regional CWSA ofces that are relatively well provisioned for in terms of both staff and operational budgets) is a constant in any analysis of challenges to the sector. DAs, DWSTs, WSDBs, WATSANs and area mechanics: all suffer from a lack of inherent skills in the population made worse by a failure to institutionalise a proper national capacity development scheme. Training and capacity building is almost entirely ad hoc and project-related. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

53 Literature: 2012 by SKAT Burkina Faso - Report 1st Assessment Visit for WA- WASH Self Supply Municipalities have limited funds and internal capacity to implement works and activities. Communes have to design local plans for the development of water and sanitation infrastructures (Plan Communale Dévelopment / PCD- AEPA). On village level the CVD (Commité Villageois de Développent) are responsible for planning interventions. The following graph is part of the PN- AEPA and explains the roles of actors within the framework: West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

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55 Main sector institutions Burkina Faso Though the ultimate responsibilities over a number of small towns and the villages located within the boundaries of urban communes are unclear, sector organisation is relatively well defined, with a separa­tion of functions between a number of key institutions: The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Water Resources is the ultimate authority for water supply and sanitation issues in rural areas, and the National Office for Water and Sanitation (ONEA), is responsible for urban areas. The General Directorate for Water Resources is the national body for policy development and planning. The Regional Directorates for Agriculture, Fisheries and Water Resources coordinate planning, resources and activities at regional level. The National Office for Water and Sanitation and the private sector operate some dimensions of water services in a selected number of communes (local government units). International donors (GTZ [German international cooperation organisation], World Bank, the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) (French Development Agency), Danish International Development Assistance (Danida), the European Union (EU), etc) finance about 90% of the national water budget. INGOs implement and support local capacities. Communes are responsible to ensure service provision to their populations. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

56 ETAT DES LIEUX DES COLLECTIFS D'ORGANISATIONS DE LA SOCIETE CIVILE DU SECTEUR DE LEAU ET DE LASSAINISSEMENT EN AFRIQUE DE LOUEST STATUS OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS FOR CIVIL SOCIETY SECTOR WATER AND SANITATION IN WEST AFRICA West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

57 The important role of civil society organizations in the management of resources is now widely recognized by all stakeholders. All countries in the sub-region of West Africa that have been covered by this study (Benin, Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger and Senegal) have gradually established a regulatory framework and operational mechanisms for the exchange between government and civil society. Overall, CSOs are recognized and involved directly (through their collective) or indirectly (through multi-stakeholder group) in the process of national decision. But their ability to influence and effectiveness in decision-making bodies remain very low by a number of weaknesses: …… West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

58 Few CSOs and groupings meet minimum standards for administrative, financial and even associative; Fragmentation of several CSOs in multi-sectoral group; Absence of collective national WASH sector specific; Emergence of collective on shaky objective and they are often made because of government incentives but rarely by own CSO members, structuring to influence bodies and policy decisions; Collectives face funding difficulties and the bulk of their operations are financed from outside the country. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

59 SWOT analysis of all these categories of collectives suggest the following recommendations: Consolidate the collective representation of CSOs WASH sector and skills to drive more efficiently operations for advocacy (find more synergy and complementarity between the existing collective); Enhance the contribution of collective CSOs within the collective multi-sector actors WASH (review modes of representation to the effectiveness of the contribution); Strengthen the influence of advisory bodies set up by State to act as real bodies regulating the sector. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

60 Knowledge networks WA-WASH partners: WaterAid (including learning labs) SNV (partner IRC in KM team) CARE (see mini interview Uwe Corus) ….. To do: WinROCK (Beaujault, WA-WASH director) => RAIN => Dutch WASH Alliance SKAT => RWSN ….. Please suggest during group-work West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

61 Mini interview Uwe Korus CARE on L&S Informal learning …. Platforms?? As public accountability to government / communes Within the CARE structures With local / NGO implementing partners New: Adaptation Learning Project; see links below ALP French: ALP English: ALP: ALP Niger: West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

62 WSSCC WSSCC is a people-centred organization and therefore gathers individuals who, collectively, are part of a great WASH movement. It is the people - rather than the organization - who make the real difference. Being a WSSCC member means being a part of a global peer network committed to improve sanitation, hygiene and water worldwide. Burkina Faso 14 results?keys=&field_country_residence_value[]=15http://www.wsscc.org/members/find-another-member/search- results?keys=&field_country_residence_value[]=15 Mali 3: results?keys=&field_country_residence_value[]=40http://www.wsscc.org/members/find-another-member/search- results?keys=&field_country_residence_value[]=40 Niger: 8 results?keys=&field_country_residence_value[]=48http://www.wsscc.org/members/find-another-member/search- results?keys=&field_country_residence_value[]=48 Ghana: 43 results?keys=&field_country_residence_value[]=31http://www.wsscc.org/members/find-another-member/search- results?keys=&field_country_residence_value[]=31 Low numbers! West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

63 AWIS A network of African partnersAWIS (African Water Documentation and Information System) is a network of African organizations that aim to share the practices and information they have available to the greatest number of audience. Awis value is built upon the diversity of its members: - Geographic diversity: Awis partners have reference and they are operationally involved throughout the African continent, - A variety of skills: information managed by AWIS target the water sector in its broadest sense. Whether access to drinking water, resource management at a basin or sanitation and hygiene, this is why the AWIS thematic network members have a long experience and have developed a solid expertise. - A variety of modes of intervention: another Awis specificity is the diverse nature of its constituent organizations. Its network includes government agencies, NGOs, research centres and basin organizations. Each, because of its special status, has developed methods of intervention of its own and which enrich the wide range of experiences federated by AWIS. The objectives of AWIS:1. Build a network of partners in Africa that produce information in the field of water; 2. Reference quality information on the water sector in Africa; 3. Provide free access to this information via an Internet portal. More librarian – library / lack of funds … West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

64 PROPOSITION DAXES DE COLLABORATION AVEC LA COALITION EAU AUTOUR DU PLAIDOYER A MENER Les réflexions animées dans les différents pays font ressortir un certain nombre de préalables avant de travailler sur du plaidoyer à porter par les collectifs dOSC au cours des années à venir : 1. Lamélioration des connaissances des OSC du Sud sur les enjeux AEPA (nationaux et internationaux) et lappui à la participation des collectifs aux débats, échanges et réflexions à léchelle nationale, sous régionale et internationale. 2. Le renforcement des connaissances des OSC et leurs regroupements sur les législations, politiques et stratégies nationales par des activités dinformation et de formation à mettre en œuvre par les collectifs. 3. Le renforcement des capacités techniques des OSC pour un meilleur apport à lAEPA Il sagit pour les collectifs de développer les activités de formation et dinformation des OSC membres. A cet effet, les collectifs pourront également conduire des opérations de capitalisation dexpériences de leurs membres. Ces activités pourront se mener à plusieurs échelles : nationale, Sud-Sud et Sud-Nord. Certains thèmes sont déjà identifiés : le changement de comportements des populations, la gestion durable des infrastructures, les pratiques de GIRE,...etc. 4. Le développement des activités dinformations sur les opportunités de financement Il sagit pour les collectifs de développer les activités dinformation de leurs membres sur les opportunités nationales et internationales de financement de leurs activités. 5. La consolidation et lamélioration de lefficacité des collectifs nationaux par lamélioration des mécanismes de financement, le renforcement des capacités (plaidoyer, lobbying, communication) et lamélioration de la gouvernance interne. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

65 Pour le plaidoyer, les ateliers de restitution organisés dans les différents pays ont identifié les axes prioritaires suivants : 1. La manifestation et la concrétisation de la volonté politique et financière pour lAEPA Il sagit dœuvrer pour que les pouvoirs publics nationaux reconnaissent que laccès à leau et 2. lassainissement est un investissement nécessaire aux autres secteurs. Il faudra alors militer pour que les ressources consacrées par les Etats aux investissements dans le secteur de leau 3. potable et de lassainissement soient en cohérence avec limportance du secteur pour toutes les composantes du développement humain durable. 4. La concrétisation du transfert de la maîtrise douvrage aux collectivités locales et communautés de base Dans tous les pays, lEtat dans le cadre de la décentralisation, a pris loption du transfert de la maîtrise douvrage (réalisation et/ou gestion des infrastructures) aux collectivités locales ou aux communautés de base. Mais la réalité dans les pays où la décentralisation est encore récente (Bénin, Burkina Faso, Mali et Niger) révèle que ce transfert de compétences tarde à se concrétiser avec des actes comme le transfert du patrimoine, le transfert des ressources financières, le transfert des ressources humaines et le renforcement des capacités des décideurs locaux. 5. La mise en place dun dispositif concerté de production et validation des statistiques nationales du secteur AEPA Dans plusieurs pays, les statistiques nationales font lobjet dincompréhension et de contestation entre lEtat qui les produit et les autres acteurs concernés par le secteur. Il est donc important, dans le cadre de la promotion dune bonne gouvernance du secteur, que toutes les catégories dacteurs concernés participent au processus de production et de validation des statistiques. 6. Le renforcement du contrôle citoyen de laction publique dans le secteur. Il sagit pour les collectifs dOSC de mettre en place des outils pour faire une analyse critique de laction publique tant au plan technique quau plan financier. Lun des principaux éléments dappréciation est limportance des investissements dévolus au secteur dans les budgets nationaux et lévaluation de lincidence financière et sociale de la non priorisation du secteur dans les budgets nationaux. Dans ce sens, la mobilisation des collectifs dOSC autour du Livre Bleu en tant quinstrument de mesure et de plaidoyer est un atout. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

66 A Presentation on CONIWAS Strategic Plan ( ) Weaknesses (Internal) Inadequate organizational policies and procedures Weak documentation of implementation processes, data management and M & E Lack of effective communication strategy Inadequate fund raising strategy Low staff remuneration Ineffective programme planning & coordination Inadequate capacity for project management Inadequate capacity for research, advocacy and programme follow-ups Inadequate resource mobilization Limited support to Zonal structures Lack of coordinated approach to programme design and implementation West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

67 WA-Net (Part of Cap-Net ) WA-NET (http://www.cap-net.org/node/51) (West Africa Capacity Building Network)Member countries:Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Cote d'Ivoire, The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Togo, Senegal, Sierra LeoneObjectives:To promote regional co-operation among training and/or education and/or research institutions and organizations engaged in IWRM related activities in West Africahttp://www.cap-net.org/node/51 To strengthen the capacities of training and/or education and/or research institutions and organizations engaged in IWRM related activities in the region To facilitating research and the delivery of demand-driven training/education in IWRM in the region To promote the implementation of IWRM in the region Outputs 2009 : National training course on Economic & Financial instruments WA-Net, Mali GWP 9-13 Feb Training Seems to be dried up …. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

68 (fr) (out 2009) (cn) (North) (out 2011) (out 2008) Union Economique et Monetaire Ouest Africane Journalistic services network (tttt 2008) (tttt 2008) (tttt 2008) (tttt 2008) (tttt 2008) (tttt 2008) (fr /cn Eau Vive) West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program A lot of times out of date and or not WASH specific.

69 FAN Freshwater Action Network (FAN)Freshwater Action Network (FAN) Is a global network of people implementing and influencing water and sanitation policy and practice around the world. FAN works to improve water management by strengthening civil society to influence decision-making. ANEW is part of FAN; re-launch summer 2012 West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

70 National W&S program: Busy with decentralisation Busy with O&M and governance Not with Learning & Sharing …. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

71 Journalist networks for WA-WASH countries Burkina Faso: Drissa Traoré, WASH Media Network Burkina Faso, on the importance of water for life and his perspective on the WASH situation in Burkina Faso and Liberia and the importance of behaviour change (in French) Blog: Ghana: GHANA WATSAN JOUNALIST NETWORK MEDIA ENGAGEMENTS Niger: Mali: West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

72 Mali mini interview IRC: Can you tell me a bit about learning and sharing mechanism in Mali apart from the government platforms? KASSAMBARA Bara, Mali: Bara Kassambara FtF / MAVEN Country Director – Mali Winrock International | Hamdallaye ACI 2000 / Bamako Face Clinique KABALA - Rue 213 BPE 457 Office (00223) | Cell (00223) | Fax (00223) | Skype kassambara_bara KASSAMBARA Bara, Mali: In Mali there many organizations networks: FONGIM (Forum des ONGs International au Mali), CC-ONG, SECO ONG, Organisation de la Société Civile, Thera many others organization relate to some specific issues as: Water, Sanitation, Advocacy,..... and the likes where actors could meet, share information and negotiate the government to overcome their concerns IRC: Do you think these platforms need capacity building in respect to learning and sharing? WA-WASH is only about WASH and MUS and alike. KASSAMBARA Bara, Mali: As you know, Learning and Sharing, let's say Communication is the key point concerning Capacity Building / Sharing / Extension / Promotion, for Socio-economic and political growth. Then the needs in this field is very high mostly if " People don't know that they don't know ". It is just my opinion. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

73 Capacity Building regional organisationsLearning & Sharing platforms Guiding lights …. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

74 Resource Centre Ghana The Resource Centre in Ghana has evolved into a Resource Network which engages all key sector players. The Resource Centre Network provides quality services and knowledge products to meet the information needs of the sector. These include: a Sector Newsletter; a Sector Website (www.ghana.watsan.net);www.ghana.watsan.net production of information materials like a Brochure, Fact Sheets and Short Briefing Notes in response to frequently asked questions; training and capacity building, especially in the area of documentation and information management; establishment of Media Platform – as part of its advocacy role, the RCN is working closely with various media to introduce an interactive programme called WASH Agenda, where exclusively WASH issues will be discussed; provision of Enquiry Services where the secretariat will directly provide quick response to specific problems and queries; establish a library facility where key publications will be available to sector agencies and District Assemblies (DAs);and working closely with sector agencies and umbrella groups like CONIWAS to organise sector dialogue on topical issues. The target group for RCN Ghana services/products include, sector ministries and key agencies, parliamentary select committee on WASH, NGOs, CBOs, private sectors, networks and development partners. read more about the establishment process, challenges and lessons in this case study : West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

75 Scoops by WSAfrica …. West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

76 Faso Nouvelles blog Burkina Faso West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

77 Uganda case (LEAPSS*) example (IRC) Existing platforms (!) More obligatory / press conference style / send information No dialogue / discussion / follow up / reflection Attach Reflection slot on Learning & Sharing At the start uncomfortable More and more L&S sessions appreciated Reflection slots as part of other (regional / local) platforms *) The core objective of the Learning for Practice and Policy in Sanitation (LeaPPS) project is to support multi-stakeholder learning processes. It takes local governance as its entry point, facilitating learning platforms on hygiene and sanitation at district and sub-district level in Uganda.

78 Group work Learning & Sharing Table per country + KM team member as chair Please draw / doodle / circle key issues 1) Plot partner and / or other L&S mechanisms 2) What Capacity Building is needed? 3) Report key issues back at 17:40 West Africa Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (USAID WA-WASH) Program

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