|WASH % of gov. budget||N/A|
|HDI Position (UNDP)||152/187|
|Population (millions, World Bank)||46.2|
|Child mortality rate (UNICEF)||92/1000|
|Annual child diarrhoea deaths (UNICEF)||11,400|
The majority of data on this country page was provided by Tim Brewer from WaterAid email@example.com
(Monitoring the eThekwini declaration)
Last edited by Zach White at WaterAid 4 months agoSee regional summary
|Verdict (out of 20)||15|
|Policy||Did they sign eThekwini?||2|
|Is there a national sanitation policy?||1||
Trafficlight score: 0.5/1 Previous assessment: In the final stages
|Is there one national sanitation plan to meet the MDG target?||2||
Trafficlight score: 1/1 Previous assessment: Strategy needs to be revised to align with National Strategy for Reduction of Poverty ii (NSGRP ll) and national sanitation campaign
|Institutions||What profile is given to sanitation within the PRSP?||2||
Trafficlight score:1/1 Previous assessment: New PRSP, known as National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty Ii (NSGRP il) (2010-2015), also includes improved sanitation definition.
|Is there a principal accountable institution to take leadership?||2||
Trafficlight score: 1/1 Previous assessment: Good progress since AfricaSan 2. Ministry Of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW) is the clear principal accountable institution MoU defines lead and supporting institutions. Capacity and resources need more development.
|Is there one coordinating body involving all stakeholders?||2||
Trafficlight score: 0.79/1 Previous assessment: MoU'was signed by four key ministries (Health and Social Welfare, Education and Vocational training, Prime Minister’s office for Regional and Local Government and Water) in 2010. There is a National S_teering Committee for Sanitation and Hygiene ,
|Finance||Is there a specific public sector budget line for sanitation?||1||
Trafficlight score: 0.5/1 Previous assessment: There is a budget line for sanitation and hygiene for the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare. LGA budgets under WSDP have not been used effectively. This expected to change when funds are released for the National Sanitation Campaign
|Is 0.5% of GDP allocated to sanitation?||0||
Previous assessment: Stakeholders do not know
|Is there a sanitation monitoring and evaluation (M+E) system?||1||
Trafficlight score: 0.5/1 Previous assessment: National surveys now include improved and unimproved sanitation. Definitions and targets have been set under the National Sanitation Campaign. Village registers are being tested in 10 districts and will be harmonised with the Ministry’s HMIS
|Monitoring||Do institutional sanitation programs include gender aspects?||2||
Trafficlight score: 0.75/1 Previous assessment: There is legislation on provision on facilities for males and females in institutions. Provision of adequate toilet facilities for females and males needs to be addressed.
|Verdict (out of 20)||15|
(Monitoring the Sharm el-Sheikh declaration)
Last edited by Tim Brewer at WaterAid 6 months agoSee regional summary
|Verdict (out of 20)||4|
|Policy||Is there a comprehensive policy for water supply?||2||
Based on information supplied in the comments (see below)
|Is there a plan for meeting the water MDG target or equivalent?||N/A|
|Are there specific measures in the plan for targeting poor people, and addressing the interests of women?||N/A|
|Institutions||Is there a lead ministry responsible for water supply?||2||
Based on information in the comments. Ministry of Water.
|Is there clear separation of institutional roles?||N/A|
|Is there provision within the policy for water supply sector capacity development?||N/A|
|Are donors harmonising their support behind national sector plans?||N/A|
|Finance||Is there a sector investment plan for water supply?||N/A|
|Are actors responsible for delivering water supply services adequately resourced, particularly if local governments?||N/A|
|Monitoring||Is there an effective framework for performance monitoring?||N/A|
|Verdict (out of 20)||4|
|Gov. WASH Budget as % of total budget||2.85||2.46||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Gov. WASH budget as % of GDP||0.963||0.884||1.47||N/A||N/A|
|Gov. WASH budget (current $US, millions)||206||202||349||N/A||N/A|
|Gov. WASH Budget (local currency, millions)||272,000||285,000||548,000||N/A||N/A|
|Gov. budget for sanitation only (local currency, millions)||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Total Gov. budget (local currency, millions)||9,520,000||11,600,000||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|GDP (current $US, millions, IMF)||21,400||22,900||23,700||23,700||23,700|
|Average $US exchange rate for that year (xe.com)||1,320||1,410||1,570||1,570||1,570|
Data comes from the Water Sector Development Programme (WSDP) reports. As Tanzania's financial year (FY) runs from July 1 to June 30, data is entered in the year for which that FY starts, e.g. data for FY2010-11 is entered in 2010 on WASHwatch. The WSDP has four components, one of which is Water Resource Management (WRM), and in each case WRM has been removed as WASHwatch only looks at water supply and sanitation. Both foreign and local contributions have been included.
There are a number of ways to measure the proportion of people that have access to sanitation and water in a country. Governments often use a combination of management information systems and household surveys.
The official data which the UN uses to monitor progress on the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) comes from the WHO / UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP). JMP aggregates data from household surveys carried out by governments.
WASHwatch.org shows JMP data because it is comparable across countries and uses the MDG definitions of access to sanitation and water. Some Governments prefer to quote the latest data from their household surveys, the best source of this information is the national statistics bureau or equivalent.