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Workshop Reports

Reporting back from the IRC Symposium on Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery

From the 9th to the 12th April 2013, IRC hosted a symposium on Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. More than 400 participants from international institutions and NGOs (46%) and from (African) governments (25%), as well as a smaller presence of multilateral agencies, academics and consultants, attended the event. The aim of the symposium was to

Date: 17 May 2013

CLTS training in South Turkana

Mapping during a CLTS training in Turkana

Plan Kenya has been providing consultancy services in CLTS training to a number of partners who are implementing WASH activities both at national and regional levels. As part of this , from 10th -14th December, 2012 a five day CLTS training workshop was organized, targeting the frontline staff (Public Health Officers and Community Health Workers - CHWs) who work at level one in Katilu Division, Turkana South District.  CLTS was introduced in the wider Turkana County by Government of Kenya/UNICEF WASH programme which also targeted another 20 counties in Kenya.

Date: 14 May 2013

Nainital Statement from the National Workshop on Community-led Approach in the context of Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan (NBA)

group photo of Nainital workshop participants

This statement presents the main conclusions and recommendations from the National Workshop on Community-Led Approaches to Sanitation in the context of Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan held at the Uttarakhand Academy of Administration, Nainital from the 16th to 18th April 2013.

Date: 26 April 2013

Report from the Ranchi workshop on 'Sustainability of Rural Sanitation Initiatives in India'

From the 8th to the 11th December 2012, the Government of Jharkhand, the CLTS Foundations, WSP South Asia and WSSCC jointly organised an international workshop on 'Sustainability of rural sanitation initiatives in India' in Ranchi, Jharkhand, India.

Read the Ranchi workshop report


Date: 5 March 2013

Annual Report 2011 of the Pan African CLTS Programme 'Empowering self-help sanitation of rural and peri-urban communities and schools in Africa'

The Pan African CLTS Programme ‘Empowering self-help sanitation of rural and peri-urban communities and schools in Africa’ aims to (1) to reduce infant and child morbidity and mortality in 8 African countries and (2) to empower rural and peri-urban communities through the use of CLTS/ School Led Total Sanitation (SLTS) and Urban Community Led Total Sanitation (UCLTS).

Date: 1 November 2012

The Lilongwe Briefings: outputs from the international workshop in Lilongwe

From the 6th-10th August 2012, IDS convened an international workshop on CLTS Monitoring, Verification, Learning and Information Management in Lilongwe, Malawi. CLTS is now being implemented in more than 50 countries, of which at least 15 have made CLTS official national policy. With many countries embarking on national campaigns with ambitious targets, it is critical and timely to look in detail at different strategies and systems for post-triggering and post ODF monitoring, verification, and information management and learning. This specialised workshop brought together government and other actors to share their methods and experiences.
Date: 18 October 2012

Report from the CLTS and Scaling-up Rural Sanitation Side-Event at EASAN 3, Bali

From the 8th-9th September 2012, a learning workshop on CLTS and scaling up rural sanitation in the East Asia and Pacific Region was held in Bali. The workshop, organised by Jejaring AMPL Indonesia, the CLTS team at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), Plan International, UNICEF, WaterAid, WSP and WSSCC, was a side event prior to the EASAN3 Conference. Over 60 participants from 14 countries participated in the side event. The workshop’s aim was to create a stronger community of practice for CLTS and rural sanitation in the region, and hence ensure quality expansion and scale-up of community-led approaches for sanitation and hygiene.
Date: 18 October 2012


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