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The CLTS Knowledge Hub has changed to The Sanitation Learning Hub and we have a new website https://sanitationlearninghub.org/. Please visit us here - it would be great to stay in contact.

The CLTS Knowledge Hub website is no longer being updated you can access timely, relevant and action-orientated sanitation and hygiene resources and information at the new site.

CLTS videos

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A number of films on CLTS are now available.

BBC/TVE Earth Report, Clean Living Part 1, 'Top Down, Bottom Up'(CLTS in Bangladesh) To order a copy of the film, contact the TVE Distribution Manager
Dina Junkermann

Knowledge Links
has produced four films on CLTS in India.

  • No Shit Please!
  • Understanding CLTS with Kamal Kar
  • People and their Voices
  • Ek Behtar Duniya Ke Liye (Hindi)

To order them, please contact
Knowledge Links

Awakening - the story of CLTS in Bangladesh (a film by the World Bank's Water and Sanitation Programme
WSP )

Community-led Total Sanitation in Bangladesh (a film by Plan Bangladesh)

Community-led Total Sanitation in Jalna district, Maharashtra, India (a film by Nipun Vinayak)

In Mozambique, an innovative programme overhauls sanitation practices (UNICEF)

Plan Ethiopia's CLTS programme in Shebedino Woreda

A community-led approach to sanitation and hygiene saves lives in Mali

UNICEF, Niger: CLTS is transforming lives in Niger

UNICEF Angola: The awareness for an open defecation free province

British Medical Journal: Shit Matters

British Medical Journal: La merde- c'est important!

UNICEF Mali: CLTS in Fadieda

Acción contra el Hambre, Bolivia: Implementación Metodología Santolic en el Chaco Boliviano (Implementation of CLTS in the Chaco Region of Bolivia)

The Trigger: A film on CLTS training in India