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.
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Global Handwashing Day video by UNICEF
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This film documents Plan Uganda's CLTS programme.
It's 2013, yet 2.5 billion people in the world have no access to a basic sanitary toilet. And when there's no loo, where do you poo? In the street, probably near your water and food sources -- causing untold death and disease from contamination. Get ready for a blunt, funny, powerful talk from journalist Rose George about a once-unmentionable problem.
Rose George “talks shit” to raise awareness about the lack of basic sanitation worldwide.
This film is about the unfolding story of CLTS in Guna, India against the backdrop of the Government of India's national Total Sanitation Campaign (TSC) which has now been replaced by the Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan (NBA). These programmes have been implemented in Madhya Pradesh since 2003 but despite 2 million US$ having been spent, by 2011, there were still no ODF villages. However, with recent CLTS efforts, 35 villages (home to around 12,000 people) became ODF between December 2011 and December 2012.
This film was produced by Knowledge Links with support from IDS (April 2013).
Azafady's Project Magnampy focuses on sanitation and potable water provision, leading communities to implement their own sanitation solutions and to secure safe water sources, drawing on the Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) methodology to facilitate sustained change.
Azafady's agents triggered CLTS in six hamlets across the fokontany of Beandry, in September 2011. 12 months later a total of 101 latrines had been constructed using only locally available materials and are in use by 223 households containing 1,038 people -- 100% of the total population.
A film by WSP about a CLTS training in India.