|WASH % of gov. budget||N/A|
|HDI Position (UNDP)||151/187|
|Population (millions, World Bank)||20.7|
|Child mortality rate (UNICEF)||3/1000|
|Annual child diarrhoea deaths (UNICEF)||4,630|
The majority of data on this country page was provided by Traffic Lights Publication 2011 from UNICEF/WaterAid/WSP email@example.com
(Monitoring the eThekwini declaration)
Last edited by Traffic Lights Publication 2011 at UNICEF/WaterAid/WSP 9 months agoSee regional summary
|Verdict (out of 20)||10|
|Policy||Did they sign eThekwini?||0|
|Is there a national sanitation policy?||2||
Madagascar possède une Politique et Stratégie Nationales de l'Assainissement (PSNA) validée par le politique gouvernement en 2008.
|Is there one national sanitation plan to meet the MDG target?||2||
Madagascar dispose du Programme National d'Accès à I’Eau Potable et Mssainissement (PNAEPA) national pour la période 2008- 2012
|Institutions||What profile is given to sanitation within the PRSP?||1||
ompte tenu de la situation politique actuelle du pays, Madagascar ne possède pas un plan national de profil de réduction de pauvreté à proprement parler.
|Is there one coordinating body involving all stakeholders?||0||
Cet organe n'existe pas encore. En se référant à la politique et stratégie nationales de |’Assainissement, la organe de coordination du secteur assainissement revient au Comité interministériel PSNA
|Is there a principal accountable institution to take leadership?||1||
Depuis 2008, le ministère en charge de l'eau est le responsable de Fassainissement. Selon la Politique et institution Stratégie Nationales de l’Assainissement à Madagascar.
|Finance||Is there a sanitation monitoring and evaluation (M+E) system?||1||
Le ministère en charge de l'assainissement a un système de gestion de base de données appelé « Base de données du secteur Eau et Assainissement » ou BDEA mais ce système n‘est pas à jour et n'est pas complètement opérationnel
|Is 0.5% of GDP allocated to sanitation?||0||
Le PIB alloué au secteur assainissement reste en deçà 01% à Madagascar.
|Is there a specific public sector budget line for sanitation?||1||
Selon la loi de finance, des rubriques sont prévues pour les différents aspects de l'assainissement à savoir pour ie réseau d'assainissement, les infrastructures autonomes et les infrastructures communautaires.
|Monitoring||Do institutional sanitation programs include gender aspects?||2||
Pour les latrines institutionnelles. dans les écoles ou Centres de Santé de Base, la séparation des cabines pour garçons et filles, hommes et femmes est déjà adoptée
|Verdict (out of 20)||10|
(Monitoring the Sharm el-Sheikh declaration)See regional summary
|Verdict (out of 20)||11|
|Policy||Is there a comprehensive policy for water supply?||2||
The Water Law n° 98-029 was approved by the National Assembly on 19th December 1998. Different components of this law are already implemented.
|Is there a plan for meeting the water MDG target or equivalent?||2||
Water and Sanitation National Action Plan was approved by all actors working for water and sanitation during the sector annual review held in May 2008. This Plan explains how the water and sanitation sector will reach the objectives set up by the Madagascar Action Plan (which replaced PRSP) and implement the Water Law adopted in 1998. This Plan is completed by the Procedure Manual of the sector.
|Are there specific measures in the plan for targeting poor people, and addressing the interests of women?||0||
Equity and inclusion are one of the dimensions which are not highlighted in the Water Law in the Water and Sanitation National Action Plan.
|Institutions||Is there a lead ministry responsible for water supply?||2||
The Ministry of water created by Decree n° 2008 – 766 on 25th of July 2009 leads the water sector. Its mission includes as well Integrated Water Resource Management. According to the Decree n° 2099-529 on 08th Mai 2009, the Ministry of water coordinates all the activities within the sector and plays its role as official referent and focal point for all stakeholders.
|Is there clear separation of institutional roles?||1||
Decree n° 2008 – 766 on 25th of July 2009 outlined the sharing responsibilities amongst actors. The sector still needs to develop its Modus operandi to avoid duplication and incite all actors to optimize its interventions.
|Is there provision within the policy for water supply sector capacity development?||1||
The capacity building is one the Water and Sanitation National Action Plan components. The sector capacity buildings are included in each of the sector review recommendations since 2005. Their implementations are often challenging.
|Are donors harmonising their support behind national sector plans?||1||
Donors and financial agencies set up a coordinating mechanism for sector financing. This mechanism did not work as expected and needs to be revitalized.
|Finance||Is there a sector investment plan for water supply?||1||
The water investment plan does exist but its implementation is still a problem due to insufficiency of money and the lack of capacity.
|Are actors responsible for delivering water supply services adequately resourced, particularly if local governments?||0||
Stakeholders do not have required capacities and competencies for reaching the sector objectives. The local governments especially do not have adequate resources for implementation, regulation, coordination, monitoring and evaluation of the sector.
|Monitoring||Is there an effective framework for performance monitoring?||1||
The water sector monitoring system is running since 2002. It has a problem of data feeding as stakeholders do not send information to the central government. The data from the monitoring system is a subject of debates amongst actors especially at international level.
|Verdict (out of 20)||11|
|Gov. WASH Budget as % of total budget||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Gov. WASH budget as % of GDP||0.206||0.125||0.139||0.461||0.274||0.448||N/A|
|Gov. WASH budget (current $US, millions)||11.3||6.91||13||39.2||23.9||44.6||N/A|
|Gov. WASH Budget (local currency, millions)||24,300||12,900||22,200||76,600||50,000||90,200||N/A|
|Gov. budget for sanitation only (local currency, millions)||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Total Gov. budget (local currency, millions)||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|GDP (current $US, millions, IMF)||5,520||5,520||9,390||8,490||8,720||9,950||9,950|
|Average $US exchange rate for that year (xe.com)||2,140||1,870||1,710||1,960||2,090||2,030||2,030|
data for 2006-8 is execution, and for 2009-11 it's budgeted
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.