Adoption of CLTS: Guidance for programming of CLTS in Tearfund-supported projects

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These Guidelines, based on Tearfund’s early experience of CLTS and taking into account the experiences of other organisations which have implemented CLTS, are intended to assist Tearfund partners and Disaster Management Teams in robust programming of CLTS, particularly in addressing the issues of environmentally and physically safe sanitation systems, and the issue of achieving safe sanitation systems equitably throughout a community
following a CLTS campaign.

Within Tearfund, all Disaster Management Team (DMT) country programmes are implementing CLTS to some extent, or are planning to implement the process. DMT Afghanistan has seen particular success, with ten project communities having committed themselves to Open Defecation Free (ODF) status in the first year of programming CLTS.

Frank Greaves Tearfund (2010)

Date: 12 August 2010
Region: 
Country: 
Afghanistan,
South Sudan