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Hunter-gathering is a participatory process of rapidly collecting and collating information, experiences and contributions. In the two workshops, hunter-gatherers self-select a sanitation topic they were most interested in championing and worked together in self-selected groups to produce a short report (2-6 pages) by the end of the workshop. During the week the hunter-gatherers collected information by taking notes in relevant sessions, interviewing key people and informally through chatting in breaks and meals. These notes are action-orientated, reflecting on what should be done moving forward and recommendations for policy and practice.

The notes are not meant to be polished or exhaustive, and they are not peer reviewed. They are rapid explorations into priority topics, which are written and disseminated quickly in the hope that they will trigger further conversations, debate and interest.

Download the Hunter-Gatherer Notes for the East and Southern Africa (ESA) workshop below:

(The West and Central Africa (WCA) Hunter-Gatherer Notes notes will be available soon)