Burkina Faso

Commitments from the 2014 High Level Meeting

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Progress Overview

Total: 5 Commitments

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Political Prioritization

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Commitments

Progress Stage

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Commits to allocate at least CFA franc 19 billion (USD 38 million) each year to financing the water and sanitation sector.

2015
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Political Prioritization

Financing

Milestones of Progress:

 Finance Act 2014.



Steps Remaining to Fully Achieve:

 Nothing to report.



Likely to Achieve for 2016?

Yes, likely


Influence of 2014 HLM on progress of commitment:

Highly Influential

Commits to continue consultations with parliament and local councillors aimed at better involving national parliamentarians in the water and sanitation sector dialogue.

2015
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Political Prioritization

Visibility

Milestones of Progress:

Involve the Members of Parliament Network for Drinking Water, Hygiene and Sanitation in the Sector dialogue.



Steps Remaining to Fully Achieve:

 Start dialogue with the National Transition Council and/or the Parliament that will be elected in order to energize the Network.



Likely to Achieve for 2016?

Possible (with extra effort)


Influence of 2014 HLM on progress of commitment:

Some influence

Commits to produce the post-2015 vision of the water and sanitation sector for the post-2015 process.

2015
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Political Prioritization

Visibility

Milestones of Progress:

Update National Water Policy in association with five post-2015 programmes (GIRE-Integrated management of Water Resources, AEP-Access to Drinking Water, AEUE-Sanitation Waste Water & Excreta; Governance and Water Facilities).



Steps Remaining to Fully Achieve:

 Finalize the Policy Document and the drafting of the four remaining programmes (AEP-Sanitation and Drinking Water, AEUE-Sanitation, Waste Water & Excreta, Governance and Water Facilities).



Likely to Achieve for 2016?

Yes, likely


Influence of 2014 HLM on progress of commitment:

Some influence

Undertakes to transfer financial resources for sanitation activities to the municipalities every year from 2015.

2015
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National Planning Processes

Decentralization

Milestones of Progress:

 Transfer of financial resources to municipal authorities for implementation of AEUE-Sanitation Waste Water & Excreta activities.



Steps Remaining to Fully Achieve:

 Signing of the projects of Ministerial decree and order for transfer of funds to the seven pilot municipalities.



Likely to Achieve for 2016?

Yes, likely


Influence of 2014 HLM on progress of commitment:

Some influence

Undertakes to implement the roadmap to support municipal project management (AMOC).

2015
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National Planning Processes

Decentralization

Milestones of Progress:

Adapt and implement priority actions (appointment of municipal technical agents for AEPHA - Drinking Water Supply, Hygiene and Sanitation, anchoring Focal Points activities related to Monitoring and Evaluation of PN-AEPA (National Plan for Water Supply and Sanitation) at the municipal level. Involving CSPS-Health and Social Promotion Centers and CEB-Basic Education Districts in support to municipalities for implementation of AMOC-Support to Municipal Project Management programme.



Steps Remaining to Fully Achieve:

The Road Map was introduced to the staff of the ex-Ministry of Water, Water facilities and Sanitation; following the creation of the Ministry of Agriculture, Water resources, Sanitation and Food Security (MARHASA) the Road Map was presented to a ministerial staff meeting before being forwarded to the Council of Ministers.



Likely to Achieve for 2016?

Possible (with extra effort)


Influence of 2014 HLM on progress of commitment:

No Influence

Stakeholders involved in developing commitments

  • Ministry of Water and Ministry of Finance

Open Defecation Target

  • od by 2030 and improved sanitation for 60%

Update Submitted By

  • Name: OUEDRAOGO-BARO Joséphine Amédée: Director General for Water Resources, Directorate General for Sanitation, Waste Water and Excreta

Stakeholders who participated in the progress review

  • OUEDRAOGO-BARO Joséphine Amédée, Executive Director for Water Resources, Executive Directorate for Water Resources, Waste Water and Excreta. PALENFO Fousséni, Director for Sanitation Promotion, Executive Directorate for Sanitation Waste Water and Excreta. MOUGABE KOSLENGAR, WASH Specialist, UNICEF Ouagadougou. KOALGA Saïdou, Researcher in Monitoring & Evaluation studies, Executive Directorate for Water Resources. DIALLO Ousséni, Focal Point