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Sustainability and equity aspects of total sanitation programmes: A study of recent WaterAid-supported programmes in three countries

Over 2008/09, WaterAid completed a multi-country research study exploring sustainability and equity aspects of community led sanitation initiatives (Community led total sanitation, CLTS) in Bangladesh, Nepal and Nigeria.

The purpose of the study was to contribute to the global understanding of community-wide open defecation-free approaches, with a focus on the extent to which these approaches result in sustained and equitable improvements in sanitation behaviour. The study tested the hypothesis that:

Date: 30 November 2009

Report from CLTS training for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Pakistan

As part of the efforts to improve the sanitation and hygiene situation of internally displaced persons in the camps of Jalozai and Kacha Garhi, UNICEF Peshawar and the Integrated Regional Support Program (IRSP) from Mardan, NWFP, carried out seven CLTS trainings for fourty people each in the camps.

Date: 26 November 2009

Sanitation demand and supply in Cambodia: Identifying Constraints to Increasing Sanitation Coverage

WSP Fieldnote October 2008

This field note summarizes research from two studies undertaken in rural and peri-urban areas of Cambodia; one on the demand for latrines among consumers, and the other on the supply of latrines by the private sector. It provides discussion on the opportunity to increase latrine purchase and installation via market forces, and outlines the recommended interventions on both the demand and supply dimensions of the market to achieve this.

Date: 24 November 2009


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