STBM Guidelines Development
SNV Netherlands Development Organisation
SNV is an international not-for-profit development organisation, working in
38 countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. SNV specializes in
supporting the resourcefulness of development actors by developing local
capacities, improving performance and services, strengthening governance
systems, helping to create access for excluded groups and by making markets
work for the poor. Our global team of advisors use their specialist sector
and change expertise in Agriculture, Renewable Energy and WASH to facilitate
sustainable change in the livelihoods of millions of people living in
Supporting STBM in Lampung Programme
SNV recognizes the enormous economic and social potential of improving
sanitation and hygiene in Indonesia. Benefits include improved health,
reduced risk of disease and increased productivity and income for millions
Despite Indonesia's rapid economic progress, 100 million people still don't
have access to improved sanitation facilities. Acknowledging that access to
improved sanitation is a basic human right, the government of Indonesia has
developed the STBM (Sanitasi Total Berbasis Masyarakat) programme to improve
sanitation and hygiene coverage in rural areas in order to achieve 100%
coverage by 2019. STBM promotes community-wide achievement of five key
pillars in sanitation and hygiene behaviour: to stop open defecation; to
wash hands with soap; to safely handle drinking water and food; and to
safely manage solid and liquid domestic waste.
SNV's strategy is to assist and work with the Government to implement STBM
in targeted areas. The overall goal of the project 'Supporting STBM in
Lampung Province' is to improve the health and quality of life for 220,000
people living in the districts of Lampung Selatan, Tanggamus, and Pringsewu,
all in the Province of Lampung.
During its 3 years implementation, together with the local stakeholders, the
project has achieved 1 ODF Sub district, issuance of local regulations to
support STBM implementation, establishment of BUMDes, Sanitation
Entrepreneurships, and other best practices and lesson learned to be shared;
all of them is a part of the STBM mainstreaming.
STBM mainstreaming is the approach to integrate STBM programme in regional
development. To actually realise it, there are some aspects that drive the
programme to be effective and sustainable, such as financial, institution,
and regulation. Based on SNV's lesson learned and best practices on these
aspects, we are developing STBM Mainstreaming Guidelines that is used as a
guideline to implement STBM programme to achieve Universal Access 2019.
The objective of the guidelines development is to provide a manual/guideline
for sanitation stakeholders in implementing STBM to achieve the national
target Universal Access 2019. The guidelines are also SNV's exit strategy
for the Rural Sanitation programme in Lampung Province.
The expected outputs are 5 STBM mainstreaming guidelines:
1. Guidelines for STBM Mainstreaming in Regional Development Policy;
2. STBM Roadmap Development for District Level;
3. Improving Sanitation Demand Creation;
4. Increasing Sanitation Supply Chain;
5. Utilisation of Village Fund for Sanitation Development.
Timeframe and Deadline
The consultant is expected to meet the deadlines:
1. Data collection - 25th August 2017
2. Documents writing, 1st draft - 31st August 2017
3. Layout and design - 4th September 2017
4. Final draft submission - 8th September 2017
SNV will cover service fee (will be subjected with relevant tax), local
transport during the process, and FGD costs with relevant stakeholders.
Transportation, accommodation, and DSA will be covered according to SNV's
Consultants will report to the Rural Sanitation Programme Leader and will
work closely with the Rural Sanitation Team.
Payment will be made in IDR to the agreed account, service fee will be in
lump sum package (subjected to relevant tax) and activity cost will be in
actual according to SNV's standard.
The consultant's requirements are:
1. Minimum Bachelor Degree in related field;
2. Minimum 10 years' experience in WASH policy development and policy
implementation in Indonesia;
3. Experienced in policy and regional planning;
4. Experienced in STBM policy and implementation;
5. Experienced in WASH guidelines writing;
6. Advanced in participatory facilitation and communication skills;
7. Excellent spoken and written English;
8. Good computer skills: Ms. Word, Ms. Excel, Ms. Power Point, Internet and
The assignment will start on 16th August 2017 - 16th September 2017.
Please send the application documents as follow:
* Application letter
* CV of the writers team
* Financial and technical proposal
* Samples of previously developed guidelines
to firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:procurement.snv@gmail.
email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> by 9th August 2017 with the subject
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