SHAW – SEHATI

Sejak tahun 2010 hingga kini, Yayasan Masyarakat Peduli bekerja sama dengan SIMAVI, Netherland dalam sebuah program yang mengkampanyekan gerakan Sanitasi Total Berbasis Masyarakat.

Tahun 2010-2014 adalah fase pertama program STBM tersebut. Fase 1 kemudian dikenal dengan nama Program SHAW, yang merupakan akronim dari Sanitation, Hygiene and Water Programme.

Obyektif dari Program SHAW adalah:

Overall objective

  1. Create an enabling environment for communities to realise a sustainable healthy living environment;
  2. Promote sanitation and hygiene through coordinated action;
  3. Increase access to safe drinking water and school sanitation.

Specific objectives

  1. Ensure STBM principles are applied, increase access to water, establish schools as resources centres on STBM and develop sector management at community level;
  2. Strengthen sector management and develop the enabling environment at district level.

Fase 2 atau kelanjutan dari program STBM disebut SEHATI. SEHATI adalah singkatan dari Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene in Eastern Indonesia. Program ini berjalan dari tahun 2016 dan akan berakhir di 2019.

Obyektif dari Program SEHATI adalah:

Overall Goal

To achieve district-wide access to, and utilisation of, sustainable and improved sanitation and hygiene facilities, and to contribute towards Indonesian Government’s target of providing universal access to water and sanitation for all population by 2019. Within the foreseeable future we want all communities within the selected programme districts to have access to and utilise sustainable and improved sanitation and hygiene facilities.

The ultimate aim is to develop a workable model that can be applied anywhere in Indonesia with the potential to accelerate progress towards achieving the goal of universal coverage of water and sanitation in Indonesia. This supports the Government of Indonesia’s vision of achieving universal access to sanitation by 2019.

Specific Objective

The specific objective is that by 2018, local government authorities (at district, sub-district and village level) in seven districts in Eastern Indonesia have ensured sustainable sanitation and hygiene through the successful implementation of the STBM 5-pillars.

At the end of the 3.5 years programme, we expect the seven districts to be able to independently continue the implementation of the 5 STBM pillars in all the villages that have not yet been reached with interventions. It is also expected that by further refining the implementation model of the programme it will be suitable to roll out STBM to other districts. The ultimate aim is to develop a workable model that can be applied anywhere in Indonesia with the potential to accelerate progress towards achieving universal coverage of water and sanitation in Indonesia.

STBM 5 Pilar

 

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