On Thursday 30th October, the CLTS Knowledge Hub together with Hazel Jones (WEDC) and Jane Wilbur (WaterAid) hosted a webinar on the theme of the recently published Frontiers issue 3: Disability-Making CLTS fully inclusive.
Film - audio visual
This video documents a Participatory Video (PV) workshop facilitated by Azafady in a remote community called Beandry in South East Madagascar.
Azafady has been using Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) in Beandry since 2011. Over time many of the latrines fell into disrepair and by mid 2013 it was estimated that latrine use had fallen by 50%. Azafady decided that Participatory Video could be used as a unique tool for re-engaging the whole community and to try and re-motivate people to use their latrines again.
This video was made by 6 community leaders from a remote village called Beandry in Anosy, SE Madagascar. They made this film to try and encourage everyone in the community to return to using latrines in the hope of improving health and sanitation in their respective hamlets.
Plan's urban community-led total sanitation initiative is transforming the sanitation story of an urban resettlement colony in Delhi.
Short film on a CLTS training carried out by Plan in the AWARE project area in Umarkot, Pakistan.
UNICEF Bolivia film on CLTS (in Spanish)
This video by Plan Indonesia shows STBM (CLTS) project implementation in Timor Tengah District and North Timor Tengah District.
UNICEF India video about women self help groups in India taking a lead in promoting, building and usage of toilets in households in their village.
UNICEF India video about CLTS in Madhya Pradesh, India (9 mins)
The video draws on the perspectives of those whose voices are often not heard, such as the disabled, children, the elderly, the very poor and other excluded groups to highlight some of the complex factors concerning equitable access to sanitation and hygiene in the region. With the aid of specific examples from Nepal, India and Pakistan the video analyses barriers to access through the lens of socio-cultural, economic, political, geographic, environmental and administrative factors.