Adaptations and innovations

Frontières Numéro 9: L’ATPC dans les situations de post-urgence et les États fragiles

Ce numéro d’Aux Frontières de l’ATPC explore le potentiel et une partie des enseignements documentés sur la manière dont l’ATPC, en tant qu’approche collaborative et communautaire d’un changement de comportement face à l’assainissement, peut être appliqué avec succès dans des contextes de fragilité et de déplacement, pour ainsi déboucher sur des communautés plus convaincues et mieux préparées à conserver et à développer des pratiques d’assainissement sûres.


Date: 10 August 2016

From Haiti to Indonesia: What’s Different; What’s the Same in CLTS Implementation

This learning brief shares key findings that emerged from a cross-country synthesis of CLTS projects implemented by Plan International Country Offices (COs) in Cambodia, Nepal, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Uganda, Niger, and Haiti. Specifically, this research aimed to characterize variations in CLTS implementation through the perspectives of stakeholders, and to identify the roles of local actors in implementing CLTS.

Date: 23 February 2016

How Time Flies: Project Malio approaches its halfway point!

Azafady UK’s three-year sanitation and hygiene initiative, Project Malio, has recently reached its halfway point promoting sustained behavior change and latrine use in the coastal town of Fort Dauphin, southeast Madagascar. Using an adapted version of the Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) methodology, Project Malio aims to eliminate – or at the very least significantly reduce – open defecation in Fort Dauphin by working with households, schools, communities and local government.

Project Malio- adapting rural CLTS to an urban setting in Madagascar

Azafady UK’s three-year sanitation and hygiene initiative, Project Malio, in the coastal town of Fort Dauphin, southeast Madagascar, is using an adapted version of CLTS Sanitation. Azafady have been working with households, schools, communities and local governments to promote sustained latrine use and behaviour change. Since the start of the project, over 1,780 people have been triggered to make community-wide sanitation changes following their recognition that just one person openly defecating can put the entire community at risk of disease.

Date: 15 December 2015

CLTS-Plus: Value-Added Sanitation Programming

Many countries have made CLTS the centerpiece of their national sanitation strategy and track progress toward open defecation free (ODF) communities as well as individual household coverage of latrines. This Learning Brief describes the different components WASHplus uses when implementing CLTS activities and illustrates how and why they have been applied to CLTS in various country programs.
Date: 4 December 2015

Linking CLTS with Multiple Use Water Services (MUS), VSLA and Nutrition: Plan Ethiopia’s experience

Plan Ethiopia’s project “Water, the key to a better future”- WASH-FNS is an integrated project on water, sanitation and food security which has been implemented since October 2013. The objective is to reduce morbidity, mortality and malnutrition of children, caused by waterborne diseases and malnutrition in two districts (Bahir Dar Zuria & Dara) in Ethiopia.
Date: 15 July 2015


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