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The little and simple things we do make a difference!

As part of the agenda for day two at the Annual Review meeting of the Pan African CLTS Program, action learning and research has been highlighted as a key component for the program in order to facilitate documentation, experience sharing and scaling up of CLTS. It was also emphasized that action learning is a continuous process; it involves observing, reflecting, documenting and sharing.

Ending open defecation in rural Pakistan

Plan Pakistan with the help of a local partner, Integrated Regional Support Programme (IRSP), and supported by UNICEF is working to change the state of sanitation in Pakistan. CLTS is used to trigger communities but in order to sustain demand, Plan’s local partners remain in contact the communities through community resource persons. Three resource persons conduct follow on hygiene sessions. Additionally, the electronic and print media are utilized in order to ensure communities do not slip back to open defecation and keep on climbing up on sanitation ladder.

Date: 19 January 2012

Launch of Open Defecation Free Malawi Strategy

On the 7th December 2011, the Government of Malawi (GoM) through the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and key line ministries in collaboration with development partners, NGOs, private sector, communities and key sector players, officially launched the ODF Malawi Strategy (2012-2015).

Read more about the strategy

Date: 12 December 2011


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