Self-assessment – A human rights-based analysis of your own strategy

1. Does your strategy recognize the human right to water and sanitation?
2. Do you take into account the international and national legal obligations of the country recognizing the human right to water and sanitation?
3. Are you aware of the national priorities  in the water and sanitation sector?
4. Do the priorities of your organization align with the national priorities mentioned above?
5. Does your organization address the criteria and principles of the human right to water and sanitation in its strategy?
If so, precise if the programme/strategy tackles:
Non discrimination
Access to information
Participation
Accountability
Accessibility
Availability
Quality
Acceptability
Affordability
Sustainabilit<
6. Does your strategy aim at strengthening capacities of both rights-holders to know and claim their rights and duty-bearers to meet their obligations?
7. Does your strategy contribute to setting up an enabling environment for the progressive realization of the human right to water and sanitation?
8. To what extent has participation of affected populations been taken into account in the development and implementation of your strategy?
9. What positive impact has your support had on the capacities of both rights-holders to know and claim their rights and duty-bearers to meet their obligations?
10. What positive impact has your support had on the setting up of an enabling framework for the progressive realization of the human right to water and sanitation?
11. Are your strategy/plan of action, report and budget allocation in the country available?

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