Africa

Taking action on inactive CLTS volunteers

Case study from Chitipa District Council on the effectiveness of Natural Leaders and how they can best be utilised for CLTS success. This study presents suggestions for potential changes which can be made regarding support to Natural Leaders so that they can work at scale in Malawi.
By Karina Redick, Junior Fellow 2011, Malawi Water and Sanitation Team, EWB Canada

Date: 5 January 2012
Country: 

Launch of Open Defecation Free Malawi Strategy

On the 7th December 2011, the Government of Malawi (GoM) through the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and key line ministries in collaboration with development partners, NGOs, private sector, communities and key sector players, officially launched the ODF Malawi Strategy (2012-2015).

Read more about the strategy

Date: 12 December 2011
Country: 

Liberia: CHF International CLTS Workshop in Bong

The Cooperative Housing Foundation (CHF-International), supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), just held an eight-day workshop on CLTS in Gbarnga, Bong County, Liberia with over thirty participants in attendance. The workshop was intended to train County Level Facilitators (CLF) and Natural Leaders (NL) under its CLTS Project.
Speaking at the end of the workshop, the participants vowed to be true ambassadors of CHF-International and its partners under the Community Led Total Sanitation Initiative (CLTS) by sensitizing residents of Bong County, how to control open defecation.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Africa