Shit travels fast: towards a global CLTS network (PLA 61)
Ten years after Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) was first introduced in Bangladesh, there is a strong, vibrant and continuously growing global network of people working together to end open defecation. Networking, sharing and learning activities such as those coordinated by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) play a crucial role in supporting CLTS as it goes to scale. Ensuring that practitioners learn from each other and share lessons and challenges can help improve practice and influence policy. Here, the author describes how linking people through email, via the CLTS website and bringing them together in person can be effective tools for change.
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Article in: PLA 61. Guest-edited by: Petra Bongartz, Samuel Musembi Musyoki, Angela Milligan and Holly Ashley.
Keywords: CLTS, Community-Led Total Sanitation, water, hygiene, Kamal Kar, health, PRA, scaling up, policy, triggering, training, facilitation.
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