Plan Indonesia Disability Inclusion in WASH

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Since the beginning of 2012 Plan Indonesia has been explicitly trying to implement disability inclusion approaches within its existing sanitation and hygiene projects. Even though the results achieved at the community level vary, it is becoming clear that disability inclusion approaches are making a difference in terms of enabling people with disability (PWD) to have full access to basic sanitation and hygiene facilities. Plan Indonesia considers the year of 2012 as the initial step of disability inclusion achievement within its WASH program, which will be built on in the following years.white path leading to handwashing station to help those with bad vision

Read more about Plan Indonesia's efforts around disability and inclusion in WASH: “What has been achieved in 2012 and what’s next in 2013?”

 

 

Date: 7 February 2013
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