Reap Benefit Site Visit Site Visited two schools

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Reap Benefit Site Visit

Reap Benefit Site Visit

Site Visited two schools

Site Visited two schools

School details Waste water + gobar gas in 1 school Only waste water in

School details Waste water + gobar gas in 1 school Only waste water in the other school

Activities Log of water saved 1 school was more invested than the other school

Activities Log of water saved 1 school was more invested than the other school The sanitation system was partially working in 1 school and was excellent in the other school. The responsibility for maintaining this goes to the school. Reap benefit was trying to engage the children/authorities to take more care of it.

Water harvesting Grey water

Water harvesting Grey water

Gautam escorted me. Found him to be very committed and diligent in his work.

Gautam escorted me. Found him to be very committed and diligent in his work.

Gobar gas

Gobar gas

Farming

Farming

Children seemed to understand the way sanitation systems were working. They enjoyed maintaining that

Children seemed to understand the way sanitation systems were working. They enjoyed maintaining that gardens, the plans and other systems.

Rainwater harvesting

Rainwater harvesting

Activity kits • Went to the office and saw the activity kits. • A

Activity kits • Went to the office and saw the activity kits. • A jigjaw puzzle for the map of the sanitation kit was made of carboard pieces. There is definitely some room for improvement but it is not likely that it’ll take more than 6 months. Its not in a modularized way.

Areas for improvement • The program needs to be polished • I didn’t hear

Areas for improvement • The program needs to be polished • I didn’t hear a clear plan – hire 1 person per district, use volunteers, • How do they work with children • Activity process needs improvement, frequency, start to finish • Do they have access to enough schools • To scale they need to have a system in place • How are they motivating school to maintain things – they need to think of this more carefully

Are they worth funding? • The project is definitely worth funding – but they

Are they worth funding? • The project is definitely worth funding – but they have a long way to go. • Impact is very visible. You can see the change quite clearly.

Final Funds total materials 985250 2 yr facilitaror design person (6 months) 720000 90000

Final Funds total materials 985250 2 yr facilitaror design person (6 months) 720000 90000 1795250

MONITORING PLAN TIME Y 1 Q 1 (Jun – Sep 2016) Y 1 Q

MONITORING PLAN TIME Y 1 Q 1 (Jun – Sep 2016) Y 1 Q 2 (Oct – Dec 2016) Y 1 Q 3 (Jan - Mar 2017) RESOURCES ACTIVITY/ ACTIONS /INPUTS HR - Facilitator Collect data from 15 Schools and Designer Kits (Waste, Water, Sanitation) Solutions (Waste, Grey Water, Sanitation) Monitoring and Evaluation framework HR - Facilitator and Designer Y 2 Q 1 (Jul - Sep 2017) Y 2 Q 2 (Oct - Dec 2017) Y 2 Q 3 (Jan- Mar 2018) Y 2 Q 4 (Jan- Mar 2018) OUTCOME/IMPACT Understand the market Baseline Data Collected Baseline data helps understand what the needs of the stakeholders are and plan interventions in the next quarter Ready to deploy solutions Designer: Rapid Prototype with 2 schools Prototypes and Kits built Build solutions in numbers needed Built solutions kept ready for deployment as Completely Knocked Down (CKD) Kits Stakeholders see the need for the solutions through the Kits Having used the Kits, they are prepared to adopt their usage habits around the new interventions Solutions implemented in the areas of Waste, Water, Sanitation Prepared to roll out plans for next quarter Reward partners identified Analyzable data about post implementation of solutions and kits Ready for next quarters plans Data for Analysis Data analysis reveals trends in behavior change and adoption of solutions Validation of solutions and identification of need to change either solutions or stakeholder engagement method Start Deployment of solutions Deploy with 10 Schools Reward partners identified Collect data from 10 schools on usage of solutions and behavior around them Analyze Data from these schools Y 1 Q 4 (Apr - Jun 2017) OUTPUT Implement rewards from Reward partners HR - Facilitator Redesign stakeholder engagement and Designer and solutions if needed Deploy new content/solutions in 10 old schools and 5 new schools HR - Facilitator Deploy new content/solutions in and Designer 10 old schools and 5 new schools Solutions (Waste, Grey Water, Sanitation) Monitoring and Collect data from 10 schools on Evaluation usage of solutions and behavior framework around them HR - Facilitator Analyze Data from these schools and Designer 10 schools which have bought in HR - Facilitator and Designer Reward partners ? ? ? Make Report Implement rewards from Reward partners Behavior change process initiated through the use of Kits Solutions to support the behavior change process is put into place at 10 schools Updated stakeholder engagement content and solutions Begin intervention in 5 new schools and reengage students in 10 old schools Ready for implementation in 5 schools and reengagement in 10 schools from previous year Analyzable data about post implementation of solutions and kits Data for Analysis Data analysis reveals trends in behavior change and adoption of solutions Validation of solutions and identification of need to change either solutions or stakeholder engagement method 10 schools which have bought in All schools on same page with solutions being deployed in all of them

TIMELINES FOR THE PROJECT MONTHS FROM LAUNCH KEY MILE STONE Project Deliverables Facilitator Mar-16

TIMELINES FOR THE PROJECT MONTHS FROM LAUNCH KEY MILE STONE Project Deliverables Facilitator Mar-16 Apr-16 May-16 June-16 LAUNCH (Month 0) KEY MILE STONE Sanitation System Grey Water System Waste Management Rewards And Incentives Shortlist Applicants Finalize and Hire positions Training Exposure to schools and Expectation mapping of stakeholders and understanding barriers (15 schools) July-16 Understand Data Collection Tools Ideation of solutions and planning, based on data collected Aug-16 Data collection + Ice breaking with students Rapid Prototype + Build solutions and kits Analyze: Pre intervention data is collected Data collection + Ice breaking with students Sept-16 Data collection ( 15 schools) + Engagement with students of 10 schools about interventions in the year ahead Deploy solutions (test schools - Engage the students 2 numbers) about the intervention Engage the students about the intervention Oct-16 Plan interventions and engagement program Deploy Solutions and engagement program (10 schools) Collect data from deployments of solutions Redesign solutions, if needed + Implementing design communication solutions material for the schools Identify Reward Partners Implementing solutions Identify Reward Partners Deploy Solutions and engagement program (10 schools) Implementing solutions Identify Reward Partners Monitor and collect data on impact Analyze Data collected Monitor and collect data on impact Analyze Data collected Monitor and collect data on Reward Schools impact Analyze Data collected Retraining + Redesign solutions if needed Nov-16 Dec-16 Jan-17 Feb-17 Mar-17 Designer KEY MILE STONE Apr-17 Redesign solutions/Maintenance support if needed May-17 Jun-17 Prepare for Round 2 of engagement Deploy Solutions and engagement program (5 schools new and reengage students of 10 old schools through reward based financing) Implementing solutions Jul-17 Deploy Solutions and engagement program (5 schools new and reengage students of 10 old schools through reward based financing) Implementing solutions Aug-17 Deploy Solutions and engagement program (5 schools new and reengage students of 10 old schools through reward based financing) Implementing solutions Sep-17 Deploy Solutions and engagement program (5 schools new and reengage students of 10 old schools through reward based financing) Monitor and collect data on impact Monitor and collect data on Deploy Solutions and impact engagement program (5 schools new and reengage students of 10 old schools through reward based financing) Oct-17 Monitor and collect data on impact in all schools Monitor and collect data on impact Analyze Data collected Evaluating impact + Reward Based financing for the new 5 schools + Report Making Monitor and collect data on impact Redesign solutions if needed Identify Reward Partners Dec-17 Jan-18 Monitor and collect data on impact Redesign solutions if needed Feb-18 Evaluating impact + Reward Based financing for the new 5 schools + Report Making Mar-18 Evaluating impact + Reward Based financing for the new 5 schools + Report Making Nov-17 Reward Schools