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District Manual for Managing CLTS in Small Towns

Drawings by  Petra Rohr-Rouendaal and Ato de Graft

The District Manual for Managing CLTS in Small Towns is a guide for district managers and other stakeholders in planning and developing CLTS programs in small towns.

It was developed by the Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA) the Environmental Health and Sanitation Division of the Ministry of Health and the Norther Region Small Towns Water and Sanitation Project (NORST). the NORST project is funded by the Canadian International Development Agency.

Date: 23 May 2013
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Facilitator’s Manual for Small Towns CLTS Field Work

CLTS mapping

The Facilitator’s Manual for Small Towns CLTS Field Work is a guide for field workers who are promoting sanitation improvements at community and household levels, using the CLTS approach applied to the small towns context.

The manual is based on information drawn from:

a) Final Report – “Community Led Total Sanitation in Small Towns: A Pilot Project in the Northern Region of Ghana” (Cowater International)

Date: 23 May 2013
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CLTS in small towns: A pilot project in the Northern Region of Ghana

Women in the Northern Region of Ghana

Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) has been adopted by Ghana as a rural sanitation strategy after several pilot projects. A few years into its implementation, the Northern Regions Small Towns (NORST) Water and Sanitation project, funded by the Canadian International Development Agency, started a pilot project seeking to test the viability of CLTS in small towns. The project selected two communities, Bincheratanga and Karaga in the Nanumba North and Karaga districts respectively. This report is meant to share the outcomes of the pilot and lessons learnt.

Date: 4 March 2013
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Urban CLTS in Motherland, Nairobi

rubbish and sewerage in Motherland, Nairobi

Motherland is a village located in Kamukunji division in Nairobi. Around 2000 families live in Motherland. Open defecation is a huge problem since there are only three public toilets available to residents. There are no private sanitation blocks. Motherland also has the only ‘illegal’ dump site that serves the whole of the Eastleigh area of Nairobi. The area lacks a sewer system as well as other social amenities like public schools, public health clinics or road infrastructure.

Date: 13 February 2013
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The legal enforcement approach for urban CLTS in Zambia

In Zambia, the CLTS legal enforcement approach is being used for urban and peri urban sanitation development. Drawing on the Public Health Act, the approach targets sanitation and hygiene in public places such as government, schools and hospitals, as well as in food establishments, lodges and markets.

Find out more about the legal enforcement approach to urban CLTS

Date: 8 November 2012
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