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Afghanistan
Commitment
2 - To develop time-bound plans and to allocate and mobilise resources for delivering on all previous SACOSAN commitments.
Decided at SACOSAN IV, 2011.
0.5

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Has progress been made towards allocating resources for delivering on SACOSAN commitments?
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No, no action taken
0.5
Yes, process started/some action taken
1
Yes, action implemented and maintained
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Achievement reported for commitment "Enabling strategies/implementation guidelines created after SA"

 Rural Sanitation Strategy is drafted with special consideration to women and children rights, disabled and gender equality . Endorsement goes slowly as mentioned above .  Rural WASH implementation manual developed and being implemented with focus on women and children, disabled and other marginalized groups. . On Urban Sanitation laws, regulations, standards and policies relating to and impacting on waste water management are Water Law (under enforcement), Environment Law , Municipal Law, National Waste Management Policy, and Public health Law that all covers marginalized groups.  Also the sector strengthened with the Water Resource Management Strategy with special attention to women basic needs, disabled and vulnerable groups of population 

    SACOSAN Traffic Light Paper

    At SACOSAN IV in 2011, 13 commitments to end the sanitation crisis in the South Asia Region were made by participating governments. This paper is an attempt to record and evaluate progress made.