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Afghanistan
Commitment
2 - Create a framework and enabling environment including policies, strategies and protocols and the conditions for the fulfillment of the need for universal sanitation and hygiene: women and men, children, adolescent girls, people with disabilities and the elderly.
Decided at SACOSAN V, 2013
0.561

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Indicators
Enabling policies created after SACOSAN V at least for two of the categories mentioned
0
No initiative at all
0.3
Work on identifying gaps in current policies in progress
0.7
Gaps identified and policy being revised
1
Reinforcement of policies already in place before SACOSAN V and implementation of the same
0.70
× 33%

Achievement reported for commitment "Protocols specified at least for two of the categories mention"

MOE made WASH essential part of the school package with special considerations  to women, children ,and  disabled with, and  consideration to privacy for women and MHM guideline implementation. Any new school construction is not allowed unless WASH in included. According to MOE the existing schools with missing WASH facilities will be given priority for completing the WASH package. Women involved in rural sanitation and hygiene education  and encouraged to take part in O&M of WASH facilities. School WASH faces challenges of funding. The National Priority Plans (NPPs) also has made special consideration to WASH interventions for marginalized groups . National Hygiene Communication Strategy 2015 drafted  with special attention to women WASH rights, but its not endorsed yet by public health board of MoH.

    Enabling strategies/implementation of guidelines created after SACOSAN V for at least two of the categories mentioned.
    0
    No initiative at all
    0.3
    Work on defining new strategies/guidelines in progress
    0.7
    New guidelines and or strategies developed
    1
    Reinforcement of guidelines already in place before SACOSAN V and new implementation strategies developed and being implemented
    0.70
    × 33%
    Protocols specified at least for two of the categories mentioned.
    0
    No progress at all
    0.3
    Work on defining new protocols in progress
    0.7
    New protocols developed
    1
    Reinforcement of the protocols already in place before SACOSAN V and new protocols being implemented
    0.30
    × 33%