Report on informed choice materials incorporating the disabled and elderly (SNV Zambia)

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The Sustainable Sanitation and Health For All (SS4HA) Results Programme in Zambia implemented by SNV Zambia and funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID), is currently in its 8 month. The programme has the goal of improving access to sanitation through Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) and the promotion of good hygiene practices. The programme in Zambia aims to reach 230, 000 people through sanitation and hygiene promotion activities by the end of 2015. By 2017, the program aims to ensure 115,000 people have improved their sanitation facilities to the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program benchmarks and that 80,000 people will practice hand washing with soap at critical times.
The SS4HA program is being implemented in four districts in Northern Zambia: Kasama, Luwingu, Mporokoso and Mungwi.

This report outlines the research and rationale behind the selection of SSH4A Informed Choice Materials that specifically incorporate the sanitation needs of people with disabilities and the elderly.

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Date: 1 February 2016
Country: 
Zambia
Type: 
Institutions: 
SNV