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Eco-friendly village

After attaining ODF, the people of Baladangi village in Khansama, Bangladesh engaged in a number of activities to make their village environmentally friendly respecting everyone’s rights to education, hygiene, sanitation, nutrition, livelihood, cultural heritage and social harmony.

Date: 12 July 2010
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School-led Total Sanitation seems unstoppable (Nepal)

SLTS has been implemented in Nepal since 2005. The approach incorporates the basic elements of the School Sanitation and Hygiene Education (SSHE) programme, the reward and revolving fund aspects of the Basic Sanitation Package (BSP), and the participatory tools and techniques of Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS). In the 15 districts of Nepal where UNICEF is active, SLTS is reaching out to 60,000 households with 300,000 people, with leadership coming from 200 schools.

Date: 12 July 2010
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The Child to Child Approach in Community Led Total Sanitation

The Child-to-Child Approach is an educational process that links children’s learning with taking action to promote the health, wellbeing and development of themselves, their families and their communities. This case study by Afrianto Kurniawan describes the application of the child to child approach in CLTS in Indonesia.

Date: 12 July 2010
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Kalyani - CLTS in an urban context

Kalyani is a planned town near Kolkata with a population of 82,000. It is seen as a city ‘made for middle class people’. However, the 52 slums around the city house almost 50% of the city’s population. Many of the slums’ inhabitants are migrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh etc. Whilst some of the slums are more recent, some are as old as 50 or 60 years, and the majority have no toilet facilities.

Date: 7 June 2010
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School-led Total Sanitation: A successful model to promote school and community sanitation and hygiene in Nepal

This paper shows the promising developments with school-led total sanitation in Nepal. In this approach, which combines CLTS with School Sanitation and Hygiene Education (SSHE), children act as the key agents of change.

Shova Adhikari and Namaste Lal Shreshtra, UNICEF Nepal (2008) IN IRC Beyond construction: use by all

Date: 26 April 2010
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