From the 6th-10th August 2012, IDS convened an international workshop on CLTS Monitoring, Verification, Learning and Information Management in Lilongwe, Malawi. The event brought together CLTS practitioners from NGOs, governments and international agencies from 16 countries where CLTS is being implemented, plus participants from the UK and the USA.
CLTS is now being implemented in more than 50 countries, of which at least 15 have made CLTS official national policy. With many countries embarking on national campaigns with ambitious targets, it is critical and timely to look in detail at different strategies and systems for post-triggering and post ODF monitoring, verification, and information management and learning. The aim of this specialised workshop was to bring together government and other actors to share their methods and experiences.
The workshop resulted in a set of practical recommendations and a menu of options to help governments, NGOs and others involved in CLTS in their planning and action, the
In addition, you may also like to read these notes from the workshop.