WSP Videos on CLTS in Indonesia

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WSP has released three films that look at CLTS and Sanitation Marketing in Indonesia

Unleashing latent demand for sanitation 

Filmed in Indonesia, this video features how Scaling Up Rural Sanitation began campaigns to raise consumer demand for sanitation amid competing priorities among community members. Why would you want to spend 15 percent of your annual income on something that you felt you did not need?

Triggering, only the first step of CLTS

Filmed in Indonesia, this video shows that triggering Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) in communities and then forgetting about them is a sure way to fail to bringing about collective behavior change. Triggering is only the first step of CLTS. Follow up action and open defecation-free (ODF) verification are equally important processes for successful ODF community.

Sanitation Marketing/CLTS Intervention Sequence in District

Filmed in Indonesia, this video summarizes the district technical assistance process. Scaling Up Rural Sanitation offers a technical assistance package for districts to learn how to become open defecation free, using the Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) strategies of demand creation, market supply improvement, and building an enabling environment for demand and supply forces to mutually sustain each other.

Date: 22 September 2011
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Indonesia
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WSP