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Africa

CLTS follow up guidelines

Guidelines for post-triggering follow up, put together by EWB Volunteer Ashley Raeside, in collaboration with Malawi district CLTS leaders.

“Triggering is only the beginning of the change process. Quality follow-up visits are needed at appropriate times to ensure the envisioned change occurs and is sustained.”

Date: 30 June 2010
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Evaluation of Strategy for Scaling Up CLTS in Ghana

This evaluation sought to asses the suitability of CLTS as the preferred approach to rural sanitation based on the experience with four CLTS pilot projects. It found that the pilots significantly improved sanitation coverage and practices in the communities within the 18 months of implementation and makes recommendations for adopting the approach as a national strategy.

Date: 24 May 2010
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Preliminary Documentation and Evaluation of the Sanitation Component of the “One Million Initiative”/Documentação Preliminar CLTS - Iniciativa Um Milhão

The One Million Initiative is a six year programme partnership between the Dutch Government and UNICEF that aims to support the efforts of the Mozambique Government to ensure adequate water supply and sanitation and the adoption of improved hygiene practices for a million rural people in 18 districts, of which 6 are in Tete province, 6 in Sofala province and 6 in Manica province.

Date: 30 April 2010
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