CLTS at AfricaSan 3 in Rwanda

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The third African Conference on Sanitation and Hygiene, AfricaSan 3, took place in Kigali, Rwanda from the 19th to the 21st July 2011. CLTS was very well represented at the conference. Dr Kamal Kar gave a lead address, a thematic session on CLTS in Africa was well attended and included more than 15 speakers from a variety of countries and organisations; and many delegates visited the CLTS exhibition stall so that publications disappeared like hotcakes.

Read reflections on AfricaSan by CLTS practitioners on the blog

CLTS Sharing and Learning Workshop at AfricaSan
Background

The pre-conference CLTS Sharing and Learning workshop convened by IDS brought together almost 70 participants and included very useful sharing and discussion on topics ranging from scaling up with quality, menstrual hygiene, inclusion, M&E, urban CLTS, ICTs to sustainability, government’s role, support to Natural Leaders and involvement of children.

Read about the discussions at the pre-conference workshop

Thematic Session:CLTS in Africa: Experiences, challenges and ways forward

View the session programme

Presentations

Local level champions and actions

Strategies and practices for scaling up

Frontiers for CLTS

Date: 31 May 2011
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