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Sanitation consumer demand and supply chain study

It’s estimated that approximately 80 % of the South Sudan population does not have access to any toilet facility. This has been attributed to several factors including among others, limited awareness by the population on the benefits of latrines and limited supply for latrine construction materials. In this study, SNV examines the demand and supply chain of latrine construction materials in the two Counties of Magwi and Aweil East in South Sudan.
Date: 18 August 2016
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ODF Verification Visit Chakwal

NRSP (National Rural Support Programme) and Plan Pakistan came are working together on a WES project that targets 430,000 people in twenty five Union Councils of District Chakwal over three years to safeguard and protect their health from water, sanitation and hygiene related diseases. The main components of the project are CLTS and SLTS. On June 21, 2012 a joint visit of NRSP, Plan Pakistan and PHED (Public Health Engineering Department) teams was arranged to four villages which had become ODF.

Date: 8 November 2012
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Concurrent M&E system to track CLTS progress using Google Fusion and Google Earth

The CLTS programme in Budni Block, Madhya Pradesh, India, supported by UNICEF, aims to obtain the first-of-its-kind model resource ODF Block in Madhya Pradesh, through CLTS. The programme uses a combination of innovative M&E applications to track progress and manage follow up: Google Earth an Google Fusion offer powerful tools for fine-tuning implementation, triggering and follow-up strategies to accelerate progress towards ODF.

Date: 8 November 2012
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Improving Water, Sanitation, and Health: Itarchi Hakimabad, Afghanistan

The USAID-funded Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation Project, Afghanistan (SWSS) project increases access to potable water and sanitation services in Afghan communities and decreases the prevalence of water borne diseases through household hygiene interventions. Led by the Association for Rural Development, in partnership with Management Sciences for Health, SWSS has led nearly 400 communities in Afghanistan to become Open Defecation Free.

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