simple and adaptable analysis tool, FACET offers state-of-the-art
online/offline mobile data collection on an open source platform. It is
an easy-to-use gender sensitive monitoring tool for WASH delivery
services in health care facilities (FACET WIH) and schools (FACET WINS)
and contains core and expanded version available for performing short as
well as detailed assessments. At the end of the survey, each WASH
service level according to the JMP laddered approach is calculated by
FACET and displayed on the mobile device ("basic service", "limited
service", "no service").
Specific online and offline analysis tools allow off-the-shelf analysis of the collected data.
The FACET Analyzer is an easy-to-use excel-based
offline tool that facilitates the analysis of FACET survey data
according to the JMP approach. The FACET Analyser detects the type of
survey (schools or health care) and updates headings, graphs and tables
accordingly. The tool can also import and compare two different
datasets. All graphs and tables can be copied and pasted into reports
and presentations. following the instructions given within the tool or
consult chapter 2.2 of the practitioner’s guide.
Alternatively, the PowerBI FACET Analyzer (PBI)
allows online analysis of collected data according to the JMP approach.
The different steps required to adapt the PBI templates for a given
FACET survey are described in chapter 2.3 of the practitioner’s guide.
FACET Manual in low resolution [1.94MB]
FACET Manual in high resolution [3.81MB]
FACET Tool Download
FACET Tool [833KB]
FACET offline Excel Analyzer [1.73MB]
FACET online PowerBI Analyzer [1.54MB]
FACET Factsheet [781KB]
Website and contact of the developers
Contact at Global Programme Water (GPW): Stephanie
Piers de Raveschoot