Timely, relevant and actionable feedback for stronger sanitation programmes

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Rural sanitation poses complex and often intractable problems, and the momentum and scale of sanitation programmes across much of the South Asia region is unprecedented. The speed of implementation means that rapidly identifying what works, filling gaps in knowledge, and finding answers that provide practical ideas for policy and practice can have exceptionally widespread impact provided they are timely, relevant and actionable.

This four-page briefing presents a range of innovative approaches to rapid learning, sharing and feedback that have been developed and tested in India.  These approaches are: immersive research; rapid topic exploration; crowd-sourcing ideas and innovations; and Rapid Action Learning Workshops including horizontal sharing and learning peer-to-peer. The briefing provides an overview of these approaches along with advice on how to work with them effectively.

Date: 10 May 2018