TABLE 3.

Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All Approach Components and Outcome Indicators

Program ComponentsExpected OutcomeOutcome Indicators
Demand creationLocal organizations are capable to implement and steer sanitation demand creation at scale with quality.Progress in the capacity of local government or line agencies to steer sanitation demand creation processes with quality in their area.
Progress in capacity in the area to implement sanitation demand creation with quality.
Sanitation supply chains and financeAppropriate market-based solutions for a variety of sanitation consumer needs are implemented at scale.Progress in private sector engagement in sanitation hardware and services.
Progress in availability of affordable sanitation options for the poorest wealth qualities.
Behavior change communicationProgress in the commitment and capacity of local organizations to implement behavior change communication with quality.Progress of responsible line agencies to institutionalize BCC for sanitation and hygiene.
Progress in the capacity of staff to implement improved practice in BCC for sanitation and hygiene.
Progress in local multistakeholder rural sanitation and hygiene sector alignment.
Progress in the capacity of agencies to proactively mainstream gender and social inclusion in rural sanitation and hygiene services.
WASH governanceImprovements in local WASH governance in terms of alignment of stakeholders, sector planning and monitoring, transparency, and social inclusion.Progress in the capacity of local government to provide sustainable social support mechanisms for rural sanitation and hygiene.
Progress on the influence of women in rural sanitation and hygiene programs.
Progress on the influence of poor households in rural sanitation and hygiene programs.
Progress on the influence of people with disabilities in rural sanitation and hygiene programs.
  • Abbreviations: BCC, behavior change communication; WASH, water, sanitation, and hygiene.