Handbook on community-led total sanitation
How to facilitate community-led total sanitation K. Kar; R. Chambers. Plan International, 2008
A sequence of possible steps and tools, including do’s and don’t, are provided to help trigger CLTS in a community. They include:
- Selecting a community
- Introduction and building rapport
- Participatory sanitation profile analysis
- Ignition moment
- Action planning by the community
- Follow up
- Scaling up and going beyond CLTS
Users are encouraged to use and modify the processes outlined in this handbook as they see fit to compliment their given context.
Sanitation remains one of the biggest development challenges of our time, and a long neglected issue associated with taboos and stigma.
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The book evaluates the challenges to the water and sanitation sectors within the urban and rural areas and deepen our understanding of drivers of coverage expansion in the context of financing, institutional reforms, and efficiency improvements.