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Togo joined SWA in 2012. A government-led consultation framework of actors of the water and sanitation sector is being set up and will be led by the lead sector ministry, the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene. An agenda will be established based on the terms of reference of the annual sector working committees. They will mainly focus joint sector review of planning, monitoring and evaluation.

Commitments by the government

Progress Report April 2020

Directorate of sanitation and hygiene: Advocate for a Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene budget line to be allocated to the basic sanitation and hygiene subsector in the 2021 fiscal year.
Reviewing progress
By 2021, increase the number of people living in communities certified as open defecation free from 1,136,000 to 2,358,426
Reviewing progress

Commitments by partners

By 2020, compile data and publish annual alternative country analysis reports on SDG 6.
Reviewing progress
By end 2019, regularly share and disseminate the State’s SDG 6 – sanitation and water for all (SWA) – commitments among communities and other partners.
Reviewing progress
Establish a culture of accountability at all levels by establishing local civil society organization (CSO) data platforms by 2021.
Reviewing progress
By 2021, support the sectoral consultation process and the organization of sectorial reviews
Reviewing progress
Mr. AYITE Komlan
Hygiene and Sanitation MSPS, Ministry of Health and Social Protection
Sena Alouka
Civil Society


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Togo 2019 SMM Country Brief

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