Community Based Total Sanitation in Indonesia (CBTS Profile): The Progress September 2009

Penerbit:Jakarta, Directorate of Environmental Health, Ministry of Health – CBTS Secretariate, September 2009, iii + 17 hal
Tahun Terbit:Th. 2009
No. Klasifikasi:363.72 DIR c
Kata Kunci:laporan, progress report, sanitation, CBTS profile, STBM, Indonesia
Lokasi:Perpustakaan AMPL, Telp. 021-31904113

The Government of Indonesia has given special attention on hygiene and sanitation by setting Open Defecation Free (ODF) and hygiene and healthy behaviour improvement in the National Mid-Term Development Planning 2004-2009 in 2009. This is inline with the Government’s commitment in achieving the targets in Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) in 2015 which is to halve the proportion of the population without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation. However, the old approach focusing on physical activity in providing sanitation facilities has not been successful to the improvement of access to sanitation and community hygiene behaviour.
In regards to that conditions, the Government developed Community-Based Total Sanitation (CBTS) activities which have been introduced in Indonesia since 2005 through piloting Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) approach in 6 districts. In Indonesia, the CLTS approach, which was initially introduced only to trigger the community to stop practicing open defecation, was then developed into five pillars of activities that was officially launched by the Minister of Health on August 22nd, 2008 in Jakarta.
The CBTS activities have shown a significant progress, the National Strategy for Community-Based Total Sanitation (NS-CBTS) which was established as the Minister of Health Decree No.852 of 2008, has been adopted and implemented by more than 220 districts/ cities in Indonesia.
This CBTS profile aims to provide progress information on CBTS activities undertaken by the central governments, district/ city governments, donor agencies and NGO, universities, etc. This report consists of five components: CBTS activities, lessons learned, constraints, recommendations, and workplan 2009.
The information under CBTS activities component includes: advocacy/ socialization/ facilitation, capacity building for institution and community, formulation and development of norms, standards, and guidelines, implementation of CBTS activities, and management support.

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Table of Contents

List of Abbreviation

I. Components of Activities
A. Advocacy/ socialization/ facilitation
B. capacity building for institution and community
C. formulation and development of norms, standards, and guidelines
D. implementation of CBTS activities
E. management support

II. Lessons Learned

III. Constraints

IV. Follow up Plan

1. List of CBTS Locations
2. List of Technical Team for CBTS
3. List of CBTS Actors

Post Date : 17 November 2009