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23 May 2011

700 million Indians have cell phones, but 638 million still don’t have access to proper sanitatio

23 May 2011

In a bid to foster proper health care in their communities, Partners for Community Transformation

18 May 2011

During his visit to Kenya in April/May 2011,

18 April 2011

‘What touched us most were the blunt messages we received, that by defecating in the bush w

15 April 2011

The Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) pilot in Lao PDR has enabled organizations to identify and agree on key sanitation issues as a result of lessons learned from CLTS. These issues will feed into the National Strategy for Rural Water Supply and Environmental Health Sector, which is currently under revision and due for submission to the Ministry of Health in March. The incorporation of the issues is expected to help improve the government’s role as coordinator in rural sanitation, explore new options for sanitation financing, and pave the way for the adoption of CLTS approaches for nationwide sanitation promotion.

15 April 2011

On Friday April 8th, 2011 the Agency for Community Empowerment Participation and Transformation (ACEPT) organized a two-day intensive training in Henai town in Malen chiefdom, Pujehun district, for 30 traditional leaders assembled from towns and villages. The facilitators came from Pujehun District’s Health Management Team. The training, first of its kind, primarily focused on community-led total sanitation designed to step-up awareness and help provide the communities with tools to handle basic health problems within their localities.

31 March 2011

At the STEPS Water and Sanitation Symposium on the 22nd and 23rd March

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