This note summarizes outputs, conclusions and follows up actions from the Rapid Action Learning and Sharing Workshop on Innovations in Rural Sanitation organized by The Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation, Government of India in collaboration with the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) and the CLTS Knowledge Hub at the Institute of Development Studies, and held in Bhopal, India from 18-19th August 2015.
On the 24th May 2015 The CLTS Knowledge Hub and the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) convened a ‘CLTS Learning and Sharing Workshop’ in Dakar, Senegal, ahead of the 4th AfricanSan Conference. The event was attended by over 90 WASH practitioners and consultants from NGOs, international agencies, government and research institutions based in 21 different countries. This report summarises the proceedings and discussions.
On the 14th September 2014, the CLTS Knowledge Hub, Plan International and WaterAid convened a ‘CLTS Sharing and Leaning Workshop’ in Hanoi, Vietnam, ahead of the WEDC Conference. The event brought together some 60 CLTS practitioners from NGOs, international agencies, governments and research institutions from 17 countries, in which CLTS is being implemented, plus participants from the UK, Australia and the USA.
Depuis 2009, l’approche ATPC a été introduite au Benin à travers deux formations dont l’une animée en 2009 par EAA (ex CREPA) et l’autre en 2013 par des formateurs malgaches. A l’issue de ces formations, 600 villages ont été déclenchés dans le pays par les partenaires du gouvernement sans résultat probant.
Le Ministère de la Santé s’est ainsi doté en fin 2013 d’une Stratégie nationale d’Assainissement faisant de « l’ATPC » la principale approche pour l’amélioration de l’Assainissement en milieu rural.
The 14th meeting of the UK's Sanitation Community of Practice was held on Thursday 10th April at Oxfam's head office in Oxford. The meeting's focus was on Sanitation in Emergencies.
The meeting aimed to:
• Outline recent trends in emergency sanitation
• Explore the applicability of CLTS (community led total sanitation) in an emergency context
• Highlight sanitation technologies for use in emergency and humanitarian contexts
• Develop an appreciation of accessibility issues when designing and planning latrines and sanitation facilities.
From the 1st to 3rd April Kenya's Ministry of Health organised the First National Annual Conference on Sanitation & Hygiene in Nairobi.The theme for the conference was “accelerating access to improved sanitation under devolution: making the right a reality.” The main objective was to spur action by both national and county governments to accelerate access to safe sanitation in Kenya. The specific objectives were: