Governance Transparency Fund (GTF) Empowerment of Tribal Communities to pressurize Governments for Ensuring Good Governance with respect to providing Water and Sanitation services Supported by : DFID/WaterAid UK & FANSA Implemented by : MARI, WARANGAL Project Details No. of Mandals : 3 (Tadvai, Gudur & Govindraopet) No. of Gram Panchayats : 18 No. of Villages : 109 Tribal Villages : 86 Mixed Villages : 23
Total Population : 39,293 Category : Tribal Non-Tribal : 22,225 (56%) : 17,068 (44%) Area map of GTF Project Bhupalpally Eturunagaram M Chityal lla hu og Ghanpur Mulug pa lli Venkatapur Regonda Parkal
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Narsimlapet ad ab b u ab ah Korvi Maripeda Dornakal Project Manager Asst. Project Manager Asst. Project Manager Cluster Coordinato r Cluster
Coordinato r Cluster Coordinato r Cluster Coordinato r CCO CCO CCO CCO Key Issues of project area focusing on WATSAN Poor or No Sanitation services in communities and Schools.
More than 95 per cent of the project participants especially WOMEN suffer the indignity of open defecation. Lack of Safe & Affordable Water facilities. The focus of local government on improvement of WATSAN facilities is not satisfactory. Insufficient funds available at Local Government level to address WATSAN issues. People are not aware of schemes available in WATSAN sector. Nobody takes Accountability and Responsibility for failure in achieving the anticipated results in WATSAN. Summary of the project specific reference to Our Situation If we are to meet poor peoples demands for clean water and adequate sanitation, and if the Right to Water and Sanitation to be realized, The Local Governments will have to be more responsive and accountable to poor people. The best way we can do this is to work with Governments and Civil Society Organizations especially WSHGs/VWSCs to help enable the voices of those without WatSan to be heard, and then for
governments to ACT on what they hear. Outcomes of the Project Outcome : 1 MARI is capacitated and emerged as knowledgeable and skilled organization to influence the implementation and evaluation of WASH programmes in Warangal District and also established good linkages with other CSOs and Networks. Outcome : 2 MARI is able to effectively engage in decision making processes affecting the WASH sector in general and particularly focusing on Govts commitments in different political platforms (eg. SACOSAN-IV), New Guidelines of National Drinking Water Mission,
etc. Outcome : 3 Tribals and womens organizations are effectively and collectively demanding governments accountability and transparency to allocate more funds and efficient utilization of allocated finances for improved water and sanitation services. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY Village Level Awareness & Motivation Meeting Establish Linkages and working together with line departments Participatory Baseline Data
Collection Federation of VWSCs at Mandal Level Advocacy Action by the CBOs Formation of Habitation / Village Water and Sanitation Committees Advisory Committee at Mandal Level Microplan Village Village onon Microplan WSHH
WASH Capacity Building of Key Community leaders and VWSC members INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING STRATEGY Project Level Advisory Committee Project Level Water and Sanitation Committee Mandal Level Advisory Committee Mandal Federation of Water and Sanitation Committees (2)
Village (GP) Water & Sanitation Committees Village (GP) Water & Sanitation Committees Village (GP) Water & Sanitation Committees Habitation Level Water and Sanitation Committees Project Progress Details of WATSAN Committees WATSAN Committees : 109 No. of members : 1030 Male : 475 Female : 555
PRI members in WATSAN Committees : 107 Male : 71 Female : 36 Sl. No Year 1 (2009 2010) Activities Year 2 (2010 2011) Target Achieved Target Achieved
1 Participatory situation analysis of WATSAN situation in villages and house hold survey 100 109 0 0 2 Citizens audit (PRA) & Micro Plans 100 109 0 0 3 Village level awareness programs / Kalajatha 100
109 80 92 4 Wall writings 40 49 25 25 5 Workshops to Board members and core staff of MARI 1 2 2 1
6 Staff recruitment and capacity building 5 5 2 5 7 Study on implementation of TSC 0 0 15 15 8 Staff monthly review and planning meetings Staff annual reflections cum next year planning meeting
13 13 12 12 9 Monitoring by staff and senior management of MARI 2 2 2 2 10 Formation and strengthening of VWSC / CBOs 35 35 0
0 11 VWSC monthly meetings 654 654 1308 1308 12 Exposure visits to Gangadevipalli/ Inter project exposure visits 8 11 12 12 13 Formation and orientation of advisory committees
2 2 1 1 14 Interaction with line departments and PRI members 4 4 600 812 15 Filling of applications under RTI Act 2005 50 58 20
35 16 Advocacy Actions - Submission of petitions 50 83 18 797 17 Social Audit of School sanitation and Water facilities 100 100 100 100 18 Drinking Water Quality Testing
0 0 109 109 19 World Toilet Day 0 0 2 2 20 World Human Rights Day 0 0 1
1 21 World Water Day / World Walks for Water 1 1 2 2 22 Media Coverage 50 74 250 412 23 MHM Study
0 0 1 1 24 Constituency analysis 0 0 1 1 25 Report on World Water Day 1 1 2
2 26 Report on School Water and Sanitation Status 1 1 1 1 27 Report on World Toilet Day 0 0 2 2 28 FANSA Team visit
1 1 1 1 29 Collection of WASH material 30 Establish linkages with other network 31 Audit by WaterAid Continuous process Established good network with FANSA & Gram Vikas 0 0 1 1
Project Progress - RESULTS Awareness Programs (Cultural programs): Able to sensitize and organize the people and local CBOs on the existing water & Sanitation situations. Capacity Building: CBOs have become more knowledgeable and capable and began to demand better services from the local government. Staff Capacity Building: Able to have hand full of skills on M & E and knowledge on different approaches of community driven development that could be applied for effective functioning and management of the program. Interaction with Govt. Officials: CBOs built good working relationships with the Government officials and also provided an opportunity to CBOs to have a broader understanding of the WATSAN policies, schemes and guidelines related to the operation area. MARI GTF project manager addressing the key stakeholders in mandal office, Gudur Mandal
VWSC members and GTF staff having discussions with MDO. Interaction with Peoples Representatives Interaction with Sarpanch & MPTCs Discussions with Mrs. Seethakka, MLA, Mulugu Constituency Participation in Prajapadham Smt. Anasurya, MLA (Mulug) addressing PRAJAPADHAM in one of the GTF project Villages. VWSC members discussing WatSan issues with Smt. M. Kavitha, MLA (Mahaboobabad) and submitted the petition to MLA on the same. World Toilet Day: November 19th Nov MARI with the support of FANAP organized Community Campaigns on World Toilet Day in its project areas with the
cooperation and participation of CBOs, Government Officials, Panchayat Raj members, School children, Teachers, Women and community members. World Human Rights Day: December 10th MARI with the support of FAN-AP conducted a Workshop on UN Declaration on Water and sanitation as Human Right to Community Leaders, PRI members, CBOs, etc. on World Human Rights Day. World Water for Water / World Water Day: March 16 -22 MARI joined the hands with EWP (End Water Poverty) and FANS global campaign to organize World Water Day in its project villages.
Main Highlights Established good working relationships with PRI members, i.e. GPs, MPDOs and effective linkages with line departments. CSOs accepted and appreciated the concept of GTF project and they are very actively participating and taking forward the project. 109 VWSCs in 109 villages, formed and capacitated to manage the functioning of the VWSCs and began to act locally to improve the WATSAN situations in the Main Highlights CSOs succeeded to get sanctions for 10,313 ISLs to ensure Open Defecation Free in all the GTF project villages. Gender balance in the project is well taken
care. Importance is given to women perspectives and their participation in taking the project forward. Media was effectively sensitized as result of it regularly our actions are published in local print media. Supporting Govt perform better MARI is a member of District level advisory board chaired by the Collector. Identification of gaps in School sanitation and represented the issues to the concerned departments. Passing on key policy / program information from time to time : Eg: TFC funds, UN Declaration on Right to Water and Sanitation. MARI is conducting periodic studies and informing Govt on policy program priorities. Eg MHM Study Studies also planned in other strategic areas. More responsive Govt Reviving of abandoned projects : Eg Water
tank in BN Thanda Proper targeting of programs and resources eg: Open well in Buchathnda Participation and supporting in implementation of WATSAN programs in villages Proactive promotion of collaborative work: RWS is owning up GTF plans in promotion of ODF. Advocacy Actions April 2009 to November 2010 No of Applications submitted: 519 No of issues solved : 503 Percentage of Success : 97 Advocacy Actions December 2010 to July 2011 No of Applications submitted: 505 No of Issues solved : 210 Percentage of Success : 42
Value for Money (VLF) of Year-2 (April 2010 March 2011) # Description of Complaints 1 Hand Pump Repairs 2 New bores with motor 3 No. Govt. Contribution Public Contribution Total Amount 152 245,490.00 44,110.00 289,600.00
9 1,140,000.00 0.00 1,140,000.00 New bore well with hand pumps 32 1,533,500.00 2,550.00 1,536,050.00 4 Bore Motor Repairs 19 83,200.00 21,840.00 105,040.00
5 Digging of Drinking Water well 3 850,000.00 0.00 850,000.00 6 Deepening of Drinking Water well 24 758,000.00 33,500.00 791,500.00 7 Hiring Agricultural bore wells for drinking water supply
43 139,000.00 0.00 139,000.00 8 Renovation of drinking water well 2 305,000.00 300.00 305,300.00 9 Construction of New Mini water tank 1 30,000.00 0.00
30,000.00 10 Hand pump Flushing 13 52,000.00 4,600.00 56,600.00 11 Fitting of Taps 24 3,600.00 0.00 3,600.00 12 Pipe line repairs
8,600.00 14 Moram work (Leveling leakages on road) 4 18,000.00 0.00 18,000.00 89 1,357,145.00 34,100.00 1,391,245 Total Submission of RTI applications No of Applications submitted : 43 No of applications responded
with information Percentage of Success : 32 : 74 Amount sanctioned under TFC (Exclusively for WatSan) for 3 mandals # Name of the Mandal Amount Sanctioned under TFC in total mandals 1 Gudur 872055.00 2 Govindraopet 473621.00 3
Tadvai 319260.00 Total 16,64,936.0 0 Details of TFC funds 2010-2011 GP Wise Name of the # Name of the Amount Mandal Gudur Tadvai GP Sanctioned under TFC 1 Apparajupally
1 4 Oorattum 492 1 Pambapur 333 2405 Advocacy Actions_submission of petitions VWSC members submitting petitions on Water to Superintendent (MPDO), Tadvai VWSC members demanding Dy. Exe. Enng. (RWS), Warangal for sanctioning of ISLs. AO (Administrative Officer) receives petitions from VWSC members at Grievance cell (Collectorate), Warangal. Water Quality Testing
New drinking water pipeline New Side drain New drinking water well Hand pump repair Deepening of drinking water well New drinking water Hand pump Installation of water Tap Hand pump platform before Advocacy Hand pump platform after Advocacy Progress of ISLs Key Learnings Educating the tribals on the fundamental aspects of State and Governance is very much essential to make them feel assertive about their rights and entitlements.
The project needs lot of information about the inside functioning of the concerned Govt. departments and we need to strategically work with them to understand the same before beginning the questioning or confrontation process. Key Learnings. Governance and Transparency in the WATSAN sector is possible only when people demand for high quality services. But this was beyond imagination of the local tribals. Exposure to one of the model villages made them realized what they are lacking and how they are put to suffering. Media sensitization and regular news on WATSAN issues generated a conducive environment for project implementation. Key Learnings Though local tribal Gram Panchayats are suppose to provide WATSAN services, their capacities and resources are very low. Hence there is a need to work with them rather than simply mobilizing people to
question or demand for services. Donor Visit_WaterAid Auditor Media coverage Thank you P. Raja Mohan & Team (GTF) MARI - Warangal
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