Developing Southern Civil Society Advocacy in Water and Sanitation in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and Central America (DFID Governance and Transparency Fund Project) - GTF

DONOR:

DFID (Governance and Transparency Fund)

Period: 1st April 2010  to 1st September 2013

OBJECTIVES:

To increase the capacity of the civil society in Bangladesh to engage in effective dialogue with decision-makers on water and sanitation issues

EXPECTED RESULTS:

To improve the Accountability and Responsiveness of Government and service providers in the water and sanitation sector in Bangladesh

IMPLEMENTATION AREA:

Total nos. of 67 Unions under the District Moulvibazar

MAJOR ACTIVITIES: (Software/Hardware)

• Project Launching Event
• District Consultation to Review the Existing WatSan Policy & Strategy Documents
• Orientation of LGIs on the Technique of Influencing the Policy-makers for Adequate WatSan Facilities
• Observance of National & International Day (World Water Day) in Collaboration with Local Administration, LGIs & CSOs at District Level
• Orientation of Civil Society Organization Representatives on Sector Policies
• Consultation with the Media to Influence the Policy-makers Towards Creating a Budget Line for WatSan with Adequate Financial Provision
• Advocacy Meeting with the Upazila (Sub-district) Sanitation Task Force
• Advocacy Meeting with District Sanitation Task Force
• Orientation of Local Allies (Teachers & Religious Leaders) on Health and Hygiene
• Training for Community Leaders on Health & Hygiene
• Advocacy Meeting with LGIs & CSO Representatives at UP Level
• Orientation Workshop for Partners/ Yearly Review Meeting of Partners
• Capacity Building Training for Partners/ NGO & CSO Coordination Meeting
• Development & publication of Project Brochure
• Development & publication of Booklet on WatSan Information & Policy Issues
• Monitoring and Evaluation

 

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