O setor de saneamento no Brasil tem demonstrado força e flexibilidade diante das dificuldades . Em janeiro de , o Presidente Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva assinou uma nova lei federal de água e saneamento (Lei /07 para o. 25 set. Four decades later, the enactment of Federal Law of 05/01/, which .. LEONELLI, G. C. V. A construção da lei federal de parcelamento do solo urbano . Institui a Política Nacional de Saneamento e cria. Passados nove anos da Lei do Saneamento, que define as diretrizes to the National Plan for Basic Sanitation (PlanSab) based on Law No 11,/ —.
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The analysis of the variables used to elaborate the composite indicators for basic sanitation is based on the Handbook on constructing composite indicators Giovannini et al. For the municipality groupings, we have adopted the city typology as suggested by Meijering, Kern and Tobiavoiding the comparison of municipalities that have different characteristics.
The criteria for the extraction of the number of factors was the latent root, with only eigenvalues greater than 1 being considered significant, which resulted in three factors or latent dimensions: Increasing international initiatives employ composite indicators to measure the saneamenot of cities, compare them and use them to sajeamento national and international political discussions.
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What these three rankings have in common is that they are based on indicators or indices that are applied to cities and that range in number from 12 to Within the international context, there is a growing utilization of performance indicators in the sanitation sector to monitor the providing of, regulation of, and planning of these services Sperling and Sperling, Rio de Janeiro, According to Hair and collaboratorsthe factor score represents the degree to which each municipality has a an elevated score within the group of items that have elevated weights for a given factor; that is, higher values with elevated weights for a factor result in a larger factor score.
Introduction In Brazil there are roughly 3. In general, the MBSI values for municipalities are very close to each other. Based on these themes, the indicators were selected to understand the correlated structure formed by them. Furthermore, the study of Schwemlein, Cronk and Bartram points to the need to evaluate inter-relationships between indicators.
In terms of its contributions, this study offers: Practical Perspectives Sanitation indicators: The second form of analysis is the value of saneamennto of the factors. In addition, it was necessary to differentiate the value of zero, to not arrive at a geometric fe of zero, by considering the value closest to zero.
In this sense, it seeks to represent these municipalities by typology in a table format for the initial interpretation by placing each municipality within the group that it belongs to.
To accomplish this, we used 83 metric variables, and 9 dichotomic variables related to urban drainage which has a scarcity of data. The justification for this factor score is that it is computed based on the factor weights of all of the variables that make up a factor, avoiding a repetition of information.
Step 3 is based on exploratory factor analysis FA to determine the structure of the relationships between the variables Corrar, Paulo and Dias Filho, In terms of limitations, we can cite the lack of available data for all of the municipalities, the reliability of the collected data, the difficulty of integrating information from various databases, the manner of comparing municipalities based on profiles, and the aggregation of data which has the limitation of using a compensatory method, even though this was only used to a partial extent.
This study demonstrates the need for data to evaluate sanitation in a complete manner, considering the concept of adequate sanitation. Overall it follows a standard structure: It may be noted that the municipalities not included in the analysis due to a lack of data did not significantly affect the representativeness of the sample, saheamento that the proportions were maintained.
The visualization of the classification results facilitates the interpretation of information in a clear and objective manner. In total, the factors explain The sample consisted of observations the quantity of municipalities and 92 variables, equivalent to a ratio of 5: In terms of the sample size, according to Hair and collaboratorsthere need to be more observations than variables, with the minimum acceptable ratio being 5: According to Kern apud Meijering, Kern and Tobi,one tool that has often been used to influence national and international saneamenot discussions is the European green city ee.
Sanitation indicators Within the international context, there is a growing utilization saneameto performance indicators in the sanitation sector to monitor the providing of, regulation of, and planning of these services Sperling and Sperling, Ecological Indicatorsv. Abstract After nine years of the Sanitation Law that defines the national guidelines in this area, it is still necessary to clarify the elements characterizing basic sanitation, and seek tools that enable monitoring sanitation in municipalities.
The FA summarizes the variables and generates factor scores for the municipalities.
Adapted from Giovannini and collaborators and Meijering, Kern and Tobi The degree to which the results can be generalized was tested by dividing the sample randomly into two sub-samples and the results of the Varimax rotation loads, the commonalities, and the factor structure proved to be stable, because there was no representative load of the variable in other factors. There is also a sanitation ranking initiative that has been undertaken by the government of India. As far as opportunities are concerned, this methodology can be applied to other states in future studies, and there is a need for greater breadth in terms of indicators to monitor adequate sanitation services in these municipalities.
Since this is an explanatory study, our application focuses on a group of municipalities to evaluate the possibility of this type of usage. Qualitative research provides more profound research about lsi given situation Cooper and Schindler,and this is why we have applied it in order to understand the components and attributes of sanitation.
The municipalities selected for the analysis were those which possessed a majority of the information related to the four components of basic saneameno, this being a sample that conveniently represents The normalization was performed based on taking the lowest factor score and summing the other values.
However, in terms of the indicators W Efficiency and D Efficiency, more differences emerge among these municipalities.
A study of sanitation of toilets in elementary and llei Secondary schools located in rural areas of Uttarakhand state in India. The results show three indicators that compose a municipal index and indicate the need for data to fully evaluate sanitation.
R2 — Urban population served by the household collection service inhabitants. International Journal of Sociology and Anthropologyv.
After lsi years of the Sanitation Law that defines the national guidelines in this area, it is still necessary to clarify the elements characterizing basic sanitation, and seek tools that enable monitoring sanitation in municipalities. The objectives of the FA were: In this sense, different weights were not attributed sanexmento to theoretical importance; equal weights were considered for all of the factors. To do this, it will be necessary to monitor the sanitation situation in municipalities to determine the dimensions of the effort and resources necessary.
Even though FA is generally just for metric variables, Hair and collaborators consider it acceptable to include a small number of dichotomic variables among the metric variables analyzed by factors. Even though the indicators make decision making possible, this study has not sought to evaluate the impact of the program or sanitation policy.