Introducing CLTS in East Pokot

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In January 2011, Philip Vincent Otieno from the Plan Kenya CLTS Team conducted a CLTS training in East Pokot, sponsored by the Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development (ACTED). The training was held in Churo town which is mainly inhabited by the semi-nomadic Pokot community whose lives centre around their livestock. Latrine coverage is extremely low in the area (5%), and most people practice open defecation.

Read Philip’s diary of his experience, impressions and reflections during the training he conducted or a shorter two page summary

You can also see images from the East Pokot training and triggering

Date: 17 February 2011