Innovative monitoring tools such as the Qualitative Information System (QIS), sanitation ladders and SenseMaker® are being used in a programme that seeks to provide sustainable sanitation and hygiene services to almost 55 million people in Bangladesh.
- Re: What do we know about odorous gases from composting toilets (or from composting in general)? - by: joeturner March 30, 2015Page 72 of Tilley et al 2014 on, I believe, the Clivus multrum In practice, these optimal conditions are difficult to maintain. As a result, the output product is often not sufficiently stabilized and sanitized, and requires further treatment This is exactly what I believe about this kind of composting toilet. Where there is no batch monitoring, the system c […]
- Re: What do we know about odorous gases from composting toilets (or from composting in general)? - by: arno March 30, 2015Hi Joe But of course. We spent some years on these questions within the EcoSanRes Programme. Here first is an excellent summary by Dorothy Spuhler from Seecon in Switzerland. www.sswm.info/content/dehydration-and-storage and is in part based on the EAWAG Compendium by Tilley et al.: www.sswm.info/sites/default/files/refere...evised%20Edition.pdf and includes […]
- Re: Photo Competition: Picturing CLTS - by: joeturner March 30, 2015Petra wrote: In my view and experience, CLTS is not about shaming and stigmatising at all but of course this is something that may happen as an unintended consequence if badly facilitated. On this, first paragraph of Kamal Kar's CLTS Handbook: A new style of facilitation has evolved. In its classic form, this uses the crude local word for “shit” and enc […]
- Re: Photo Competition: Picturing CLTS - by: F H Mughal March 30, 2015I'm sorry, I don't understand. Since when is the whistling a monitoring tool? Which studies would support this contention? F H Mughal
- Re: Photo Competition: Picturing CLTS - by: Petra March 30, 20151) I was not referring to F H Mughal with my comment about those in the developed world. 2) The whistling is a deterrent and a monitoring tool. 3) I will wait to hear from Plan India to give them a chance to explain and respond.
- Re: What do we know about odorous gases from composting toilets (or from composting in general)? - by: joeturner March 30, 2015
- Call for written evidence on community led health systems and the Ebola outbreak March 27, 2015The Africa APPG together with Polygeia seeks to explore the lessons from the Ebola crisis for community-led health systems strengthening through examining the current response to the Ebola crisis, and gathering evidence from experts and the affected communities in West Africa.6
- ODF communities in Margibi didn't experience Ebola virus March 25, 2015Communities declared Open Defecation Free (ODF) through Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) did not experience any case of the Ebola outbreak, despite other surrounding communities in Marbibi county that experienced the worst cases.6
- Long way to go for a clean India March 23, 2015Indians attained political freedom under the leadership of Mahatma Ghandi, but his dream of a clean India remains unfulfilled.6
- Sanitation and stunting: What do toilets have to do with nutrition? March 6, 2015On Wednesday 25 March 2015, from 12:30 -14:00, a lunch-time conference on the linkages between sanitation and nutrition will take place at the European Commission in Brussels.6
- Webinar on Participatory Design Development for Sanitation March 4, 2015The CLTS Knowledge Hub is hosting a webinar on Participatory Design Development for Sanitation on Thursday 26th March 2015 at 10am GMT. Ben Cole will be discussing his experiences in applying participatory design to accompany and extend Malawi’s national CLTS program since 20126
- Call for written evidence on community led health systems and the Ebola outbreak March 27, 2015
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