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Sanitation consumer demand and supply chain study

It’s estimated that approximately 80 % of the South Sudan population does not have access to any toilet facility. This has been attributed to several factors including among others, limited awareness by the population on the benefits of latrines and limited supply for latrine construction materials. In this study, SNV examines the demand and supply chain of latrine construction materials in the two Counties of Magwi and Aweil East in South Sudan.
Date: 18 August 2016

Sanitation Supply Chain Study in Kasama, Mungwi, Luwingu and Mporokos

SNV Zambia commissioned the Sanitation Supply Chain Study under its Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All (SSH4A) programme funded by the Department for International Development (DFID). The SSH4A programme is being implemented in Luwingu, Kasama, Mungwi and Mporokoso Districts of Northern Province in Zambia. The study was undertaken by PathMark Rural Development Consult who collected field data in the four project districts from 10 – 28th November 2014.

Date: 1 February 2016

Learning Brief: The first Open Defecation Free (ODF) Commune in Banteay Meas District, Kampot Province

This SNV learning brief shares the experiences and lessons learnt from the first ODF commune in SNV’s Sustainable, Sanitation and Hygiene for All (SSH4A) programme target area in Cambodia and reflects on the combination of enabling factors that have positively affected the improved access to sanitation and hygiene.

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Date: 7 July 2014

Enhancing Reflection and Learning for Quality Triggering and Follow-up

In Kenya, a pool of facilitators has been trained from among staff of the Ministry of Health, NGOs and CBOs. These facilitators have been responsible for triggering and follow up in the villages. In the process of implementing the CLTS programme, the facilitators have encountered different challenges that have somewhat inhibited their planned progress. It had been observed in some cases that the process could stall for months even in villages that only had a few households still practicing OD.

Date: 26 March 2014

Always learning

East Asia and Pacific Regional Learning Event

We began the day reviewing the institutional factors that are key for scaling up capacity building, amongst which are government commitment and support to creating an enabling environment as well as partnerships between the stakeholders. In their country groups, participants discussed practical steps for capacity building at scale what was new for them from the previous day’s discussion as well as what is relevant to their contexts and what they would still like to know more about. 


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