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Afghanistan
Commitment
7 - Raise awareness at all levels to foster demand and build capacity for sanitation and hygiene including but not limited to youth led movements, pro-poor public private partnerships and the media.
Decided at SACOSAN V, 2013
0.561

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Evidence exists on engaging CBOs and CSOs in awareness and demand generation on sanitation.
0
No progress
0.3
Guidelines are developed and partnership yet to begin
0.7
Guidelines exist and partnership initiatives are at an early stage
1
Guidelines exist and active partnership initiatives are being mplemented
0.70
× 33%

CSO Traffic Light Paper scores and evidence, Afghanistan, 2016

The FANSA and WaterAid team developed scoring guidelines to all the SACOSAN countries to help them carry out this TRAFFIC LIGHTS PAPER (TLP) which is a way of bringing citizens’ voices to the table when governments meet at SACOSAN and to evaluate the progress made by the Governments.

Achievement reported for commitment " Evidence exists on engaging CDCs and CSOs in awareness"

According to MRRD database, at the field level ODF villages and construction of thousands new latrines  and upgrading of traditional latrines with no subsidies are  the clear evidences of sanitation marketing At the national , sub national and local levels , MRRD led Afghan adapted CLTS programme currently under implementation is a live evidence of engaging INGOs, Community Development Councils (CDCs) and other community structures in demand creation for Sanitation  . Through signing an MOU before implementation , MRRD engage the national and International NGOs in implementation of a package WASH approach, which includes sanitation education and demand creation as an important part of the interventions. MRRD with the support of UNICEF trained Afghanistan Malik's Association members ( Malik is the local name for the head of community )  from different regions and they have been  providing training and orientation to the communities on hygiene and sanitation promotion.  Education and demand creation in  WASH is a subject in the  training of CDC members under the National Solidarity Programme led by  MRRD. CDC members in turn do the same training and orientations on sanitation  in the communities.. Key CSOs are members of the Water and Sanitation Group ( with urban and rural stakeholders ) who are part of the awareness and demand creation process in the sector. 

    Evidence exist on private sector sharing the responsibility of sanitation development.
    0
    No progress
    0.3
    Guidelines are developed and partnership yet to begin
    0.7
    Guidelines exist and partnership initiatives are at an early stage
    1
    Guidelines exist and active partnership initiatives being implemented
    0.30
    × 33%
    Evidence exist on media engagement in Sanitation development.
    0
    No progress
    0.3
    Guidelines are developed and partnership yet to begin
    0.7
    Guidelines exist and partnership initiatives are at an early stage
    1
    Guidelines exist and active partnership initiatives being implemented
    0.70
    × 33%