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Directive 35/CT-TTg on strengthening  management, effective operation and sustainable use of rural piped water supply schemes

Rural water supply schemes is important infrastructure, providing domestic water, contributing to improving the living conditions, people's health, social security, economic development in rural areas. For the past years, the government has focused a lot of resources to develop a network of rural water supply, especially in remote areas and areas with socio - economic difficulties. The protection, use, exploitation efficiency, sustainability link closely to mobilization of resources out of the State budget and together along the GoV for development investment, exploitation of clean water is essential.

Management, use and exploitation of rural piped water supply schemes recently has had positive changes. The GoV. has gradually collected data on the quantity, quality and use status, the changes of schemes for the investment, management, exploitation, establishing records of the schemes and the entities to be authorized scheme’s managers/ owners, started socialization of water supply investment and operation.

However, there are some limitations such as contract liquidation is not finalized or not good, diversified investment funds from various programs, with different phases so the record establishment in some provinces are difficult; the value of the schemes was not identified when handing them over to the enterprises, base on the schemes’ remained status; the unclear mechanism handing over schemes with debt so not attractive for enterprises in taking over the water scheme transferring; the monitoring, cost and profit preparation is not paid proper attention, not correct calculation for water tariff; coordination among related agencies in management, use and exploitation of rural piped water schemes are not closed enough and in some cases, they are not closely coordinated at provincial level.

To strengthen management, improve the efficiency of exploitation and sustainable use of rural piped water supply schemes, the Prime Minister requested:

1. PPCs direct the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in collaboration with the Departments and agencies, People's Committees at all levels to review and evaluate the implementation of handing over rural water schemes and subsidy mechanisms for water tariff as regulated in Decision 131/2009/QĐ-TTg on 2/11/2009 and Circular 54/2013/TT-BTC on 4/5//2013 specified that:

a. The handed over schemes running well will continued to be managed, operated by the taken over entities.

b. The handed over schemes running not well will be reviewed in term of remained value  with the actual use time; deadline for the review and handing over the rural piped water schemes should be dome before 30/6/2017.

2. MoF in collaboration with MARD and related agencies and PPC adjust the policy on handing over rural piped water schemes as follows:

a. The schemes after being reviewed, identified in item b, article 1 in this Directive will be handed over to the capable entities for management as regulated; handing over group of schemes   in the same area (commune, inter-communes, inter-districts) as planned, not handing over ony individual scheme with advanages, good for operation.

b. Based on the actual local situations, the entities taking over the schemes, possibility to support counterpart budget for water tariff subsidy, PPC decide hơ to hand over schemes, specifically:

- The handing over of water schemes for public service units or Communal People's Committee will be carried out in the form of an agreement or order.

- The handing over of rural piped water schemes to the enterprise shall comply with the procurement method for selection. The selected one will process the payment as regulated in Point b, Section 1 of this Directive as soon as the take-over or payment by installments corresponding to the time remaining practical use of the scheme (this particular condition is included in the bidding documents and contract).

c. PPC balance the provincial budget of NTP if available to subsidy the water tariff in case it is lower than the cost calculated correctly under the law to ensure the legitimate benefit and right of the water supply enterprises ( m3 of water used by the enterprises).

3. The ministries, branches, localities and mass organizations promote education, information and education of legislation on the management, use and exploitation of rural water supply schemes under the scope of their responsibilities, coordinate with agencies of mass communication and popular school organization, education, guide people, students participate in the protection of water supply facilities, water saving and to strictly follow the legal regulation on water supply.

 

4. The ministries, GoV agencies, PPC and leaders of water supply schemes are required to implement the Directive .

 

MOF, MARD and PPCs will closely monitor and promote the implementation of this Directive.

Directive 35 in Vietnamese

Stamped and  Signed by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc

 

 On 6 December 2016, the Government Office iussed the document no. 10525/VPCP-QHQT on the agreement of extension of Partnership for Rural Water Supply and Sanitation for the period from 2016 to 2020.

 

 

Publicizing PforR SUPS - provincial 2016 plan

1. Bac Giang

Bac Giang 2016 plan 

Bac Giang 2016 plan annex 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.

2. Binh Thuan

Binh Thuan 2016 plan 

Binh Thuan 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

3. Dac Lac 

Dac lac 2016 plan

Dac Lac 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

4. Dac Nong 

Dac Nong 2016 plan

Dac Nong 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

5. Gia Lai 

Gia Lai 2016 plan

Gia Lai 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

6. Ha Giang 

Ha Giang 2016 plan

Ha Giang 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

7. Lai Chau 

Lai Chau 2016 plan

Lai Chau 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

8. Lang Son 

Lang Son 2016 plan

Lang Son 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

9. Lao Cai 

Lao Cai 2016 plan

Lao Cai 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

10. Phu Tho 

Phu Tho 2016 plan

Phu Tho 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

11. Son La 

Son La 2016 plan

Son La 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

12. Yen Bai 

Yen Bai 2016 plan

Yen Bai 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

13. Bac Kan 

Bac Kan 2016 plan

Bac Kan 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

14. Cao Bang 

Cao Bang 2016 plan

Cao Bang 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

15. Dien Bien 

Dien Bien 2016 plan

Dien Bien IEC plan 2016

Dien Bien Decision 1039

Dien Bien 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

16. Hoa Binh 

Hoa Binh 2016 plan

Hoa Binh 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

17. Lam Dong 

Lam Dong 2016 plan

Lam Dong 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

18. Ninh Thuan 

Ninh Thuan 2016 plan

Ninh Thuan 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

Ninh Thuan 2016 BCC plan

19. Thai Nguyen 

Thai Nguyen 2016 plan

Thai Nguyen 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

20. Tuyen Quang 

Tuyen Quang 2016 plan

Tuyen Quang 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

21. Kon Tum 

Kon Tum 2016 plan

Kon Tum 2016 plan annex 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

 

 

 

 

The CLTS Knowledge Hub has funding available to support a small number of early career practitioners and/or researchers to attend and present at the http://www.communityledtotalsanitation.org/track/click/149/9294&;

40th WEDC International Conference 24-28 July 2017 at Loughborough University, UK. The funding will cover all costs related to conference registration, travel, accommodation and food.The theme of this year’s conference is Local Action With International Cooperation to Improve and Sustain Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Services. Those selected will be expected to write a paper and present it at the conference, attend the CLTS Knowledge Hub’s pre-conference Sharing and Learning Workshop on July 23rd, help support the Hub’s CLTS related stall throughout the week and write a blog about your experiences and reflections from the conference.

Focus/themes

Papers should focus on innovations, experience, ideas and learning contributing to further thinking about CLTS and other community-wide behaviour change approaches. We are most interested on papers that focus on:

  • Implementing CLTS at scale
  • How CLTS programming has ensured equity and inclusion
  • Challenges to and lessons learnt using CLTS
  • Ways of linking CLTS to other programming
  • Using CLTS in different contexts
  • Building learning into CLTS programmes

Criteria for applicants:
-          Aged between 18-35 (exceptions will be made based on individual circumstances)
-          Papers must be submitted to WEDC by February 24th 2017 and pass through their review process.
-          Be available to travel to the UK July 22nd-28th
-          Those from low and middle income countries are encouraged to apply

If you are interested in applying please send the following by the 16th January 2017 to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it " target="_blank" style="color: rgb(17, 85, 204);"> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

  1. One sentence describing the topic of your paper (1 sentence)
  2. What is this paper based on (research, implementing  experience etc)- giving details of the country, organisation, time span etc that this paper will be referring to (100 words)
  3. What is the argument/most important point you wish to make with your paper (100 words)
  4. Why do you believe your paper is relevant and important in the current WASH context  (100 words)
  5. Explain how the paper is connected to CLTS or behaviour change approaches (100 words)
  6. Outline of the paper (between 800-1000 words)

Those who fit the our criteria will be provisionally accepted but would still need to submit a full paper by the February 24th and have the paper accepted by WEDC. Take a look at http://www.communityledtotalsanitation.org/track/click/150/9294&;source=gmail&ust=1484111844434000&usg=AFQjCNFa4Qj6hlsuYmNO2wuXQpGSSbp8HA" style="color: rgb(17, 85, 204);">WEDCs paper submission process for  more information. CLTS Knowledge Hub staff can support this process with editorial input.

Please share widely with your networks and encourage those to whom this may be of interest.


 

 

The Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF), from the University of Technology Sydney and the Netherlands Development Organization SNV organized the workshop with theme "Enterprise in WASH research outputs dissemination" on 9/12/2016 in Hanoi.

The meeting aimed at:

- Conveying key findings and policy recommendations on facilitating access to afordable sanitation products in the Vietnamese context;

- Engaging with six learning briefs which have been developed to support efective CSO work with enterprises, governments and communities to ensure efective enterprises roles and equitable outcomes.

 

 

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On 15/12/2016 in Ninh Thuan province, the National workshop on child centered natural diaster mitigation was organizaed by MARD in collboratin with UNICEF.

Speaking at the workshop MARD Vice Minister Hoàng Văn Thắng said that “the situation on natural disaster in Vietnam is more and more complicated with different new disasters, in large range of areas causing huge damage on human and property. Since early 2016, it caused 171 people dead, 30 people loss and economic loss of more than 37 thousand billion đồng. From 28/11 to 12/12 nin central areas, natural disaster caused 27 people die including 10 children ”.

In Việt Nam, children is one of the most vunerable target of natural disaster and climate change. The El Nino has made more than 500.000 children in Việt Nam in need of humanitarian support. They have had malnutrition, living in unhygienic conditions and lack of care. The drought and salinization have been challenging families and chilren in many areas in the country. Therefore we should identify impacts of natural disasters to children, socio-economic situation of the country. Also we should establish mechanisms to take care of children before and after natural disasters, strengthening IEC, national and international lessons learnt with the participation of ministries at all levels to mitigate the risks of natural disasters for children.

By: Trần Thị Phương from NCERWASS

 

 

 

 

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