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14 July 2011

Nigeria is off track in attaining the MDG for sanitation by 2015 but there is growing awareness about sanitation in many communities and households across states in the north and south thanks to CLTS.

22 June 2011

UNITED NATIONS, 21 June 2011: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, along with UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake, Ugandan Minister of Water & Environment the Hon. Maria Mutagamba, and His Royal Highness the Prince of Orange, today launched the Sustainable Sanitation: Five-Year Drive to 2015, a push to speed up progress on the Millennium Development Goal target of improving global sanitation by 2015.

9 June 2011

Article in The Gambia Today on a meeting of stakeholders in Farafenni in the North Bank Region of The Gambia to share experiences and lessons learnt on improving CLTS. The objective was to ensure that the concept of CLTS can better be integrated into the routine programmes of regions especially health and discuss how central level can support regional CLTS initiatives without compromising ownership by the regions.

6 June 2011

Article in AllAfrica.com that raises the question of how CLTS can go to scale in Nigeria and argues that it will need to be extended to the urban context in order to address the increasing urban migration and growing urban population. In the urban context, CLTS needs to link with town planning and requires a lot of different stakeholders to work together.

31 May 2011

CLTS is a revolution in development, Robert Chambers argues in his cont

31 May 2011

Robert Chambers talks about the revolutionary potential of CLTS in

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