Water Source Repairs
English: % of water management committees capable of ensuring the water source's repair
French: % de comités de gestion de l'eau capables d'assurer la réparation de la source d'eau
Portuguese: % de grupos comunitários -alvo para gestão de água capazes de assegurar a reparação da fonte de água
Czech: % skupin spravujících vodní zdroje schopných zajistit jejich opravy
What is its purpose?
The indicator measures the proportion of water management committees (or other actors responsible for the water source's operation) capable of ensuring required repairs without unnecessary delays, when required.
How to Collect and Analyse the Required Data
Collect the following data by conducting focus group discussions with the water management group members:
RECOMMENDED SURVEY QUESTIONS (Q) AND POSSIBLE ANSWERS (A)
Q1: Do you know someone who can quickly repair [specify the water source] if required?
A1: yes / no
Q2: Is the repairer usually able to secure all the spare parts required for the repair?
A2: yes / no / only for minor repairs
Q3: If the [specify the water source] needs only smaller repair, are you able to pay its costs?
A3: yes / no
Q4: If the [specify the water source] needs more expensive repair, are you able to ensure it either by using your own money or by ensuring that relevant authorities conduct the repair?
A4: yes / no
NOTE: The water management committee can be ranked as "capable of ensuring repairs" only if the answers to all questions are YES.
Calculate the indicator's value by dividing the number of water management committees capable of ensuring repairs by the total number of assessed water sources and multiplying the result by 100.
1) Crosscheck the data from this indicator with the data on Duration of Water Source Functionality. The data should not be contradictory – for example, indicating that the water management committee is capable of ensuring repairs while showing that its water source has not worked for most of the past 12 months.