2.1 # of communities that completed key activities to increase climate resilience WASH services
This indicator will tell us if NCA and partners have taken concrete actions to act on negative impacts of climate change that effect WASH services.
Baseline, annually, endline.
DRR committee members, key community members, meeting minutes.
How to Collect
Through key informant interviews (members of committees), review of meeting minutes and/or focus group discussions with community members ask questions about which activites are conducted to increase climate resilience, and assess which of these that are key. Use the list below of key activities for increasing climate resilience:
Vulnerability and risk mapping have been conducted
Applying standards for structural interventions (infrastructure, including houses are upgraded and climate resilient)
Community task forces have been organized and have taken concrete steps to prepare for climate events.
Food production is adapted to climate change
Water source is protected
Land and watersheds are managed sustainably (reforestation, recharging of water sources etc...)
Communities are electrified using renewable energy sources (might also include green camp management)
Consider also the effectiveness of such work (for example, if they established a warning system that reaches a small proportion of the local inhabitants only, such action cannot be considered as having sufficiently increased climate resilience for the community as such).
How to analyse
Calculate the indicator's value by counting the number of communities who have completed activities that increase climate resilience (i.e. meeting the minimum number of activities and that these activities meet a minimum level of efficiency).