Analyze existing information (secondary sources) or apply surveys to a representative sample, in order to: - identify beneficiaries and context, including data about: i) # of households, head of household's sex, household members, socio-economic status; ii) existence of establishments such as health care clinics, schools, community centers and markets that may be connected to water supply (if applicable). - review water and sanitation status (W&S), identifying needs, use priorities and related activities (domestic use, paid and unpaid jobs) differentiated for women, men, boys and girls: i) How much time to women/men dedicate to water collection? ii) Is there an impact, resulting from use of polluted water, on female and male users' health? (e.g., use in the kitchen or agriculture) iii) Do women/men face obstacles/barriers to access W&S services? e.g., property rights over housing for household supply, and access to technology (mobile) for payment service or contact with customer support services. - review representation and labor force within the sector (institutions, businesses, etc.), disaggregating by sex.
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Statistics and baselines resulting from the assessment
- # of beneficiaries, disaggregated by sex (male/female-headed households)
- # of people participating in consultations (joint or separate consultations), disaggregated by sex
- Differentiated demands of women and men, girls and boys, with regard to the W&S service (domestic use, paid and unpaid jobs, affordability, etc.)
- Femininity index of poverty
- Time spent in fetching water, by sex, age (hours/person/month)
- Paid/non-paid working hours, by sex (hour/person/month)
- Prevalence % of water-borne diseases and/or diseases caused by poor sanitary conditions, by sex and age group
- Do married/non-married men and married/non-married women hold equal property rights?
- % of people using mobile phones to pay for service, disaggregated by sex
- Harassment/violence rate, by sex and age group
- Harassment/violence rate at school age, by sex
- Labor force within the sector (institutions, businesses, etc.), disaggregated by sex