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Survey of Recent Sanitation Achievement in Himachal Pradesh

In 2010, IDS commissioned a small study on the sustainability of Himachal Pradesh’s efforts in rural sanitation in the last few years. Deepak Sanan, Principal Secretary to the Government of Himachal Pradesh for the Departments of Energy, Urban Development, Town and Country Planning and Housing designed the survey and trained Pradeep Chauhan and Vinod Rana who then co-ordinated the survey work. Vinod Rana carried out the data analysis.

Date: 9 February 2011

SNV Vietnam: sanitation demand creation- a strengths-based review

SNV carried out a participatory review of their Sanitation Demand and
Behaviour Change activities in North-West Vietnam in 2010. SNV has been piloting Community-led Total Sanitation (CLTS) in Vietnam as part of the National Target Program for Rural Water Supply and Sanitation II since 2008 as a tool for sanitation demand creation. Ahead of the CLTS scale-up, SNV conducted this review of the pilot activities to understand factors that generated success within the pilot, so that these could be replicated in the expanded program, and also to build shared understanding and enthusiasm with partners for the scale-up activities.

Date: 2 February 2011

Kashmir Charitable Trust proposes to scale up SLTS in the earthquake affected district Muzaffarabad

The Kashmir Charitable Trust plans to eradicate open defecation in around 20 sites in Muzaffarabad through through School Led Total Sanitation (SLTS), combining the Child to Child (CTC) and Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) strategies. In this earthquake-affected area teachers have already received training in CTC approaches and children are more or less familiar with hygiene issues.


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