The webinar brought together speakers who presented their perspectives on how we can improve WASH behavior change. First, we learnt about how we can do a better job of leveraging the influence of community leaders to change some of the social and cultural norms that prevent uptake of healthy WASH behaviors. The role of both formal and informal leaders was explored, as well as how to extend this collaboration beyond CLTS to incorporate it more into other WASH approaches.
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- Re: Getting the bigger picture - Creating sanitation systems for whole cities. City-wide planning and the role of FSM in the case of India - by: nityajacob January 20, 2017Dear Dirk and others, Septic tanks collect more sewage than sewage systems! They are more critical in urban sanitation than sewage systems. Unfortunately, most tanks are badly designed and made compounding problems of pollution from untreated effluents. There is no systematic way to collect, transport and handle their sludge - it is done by human beings desp […]
- Re: Discussion paper regarding a framework model for sanitation markets - Inputs and comments wanted!! - by: Marijn Zandee January 20, 2017Dear Cecile, In this context I would define Agency as “the power to effect change”. In my view, when NGOs write in their results matrixes that their project goal is to “Improve the lives of …etc.” they take away the agency of their target group, because, it makes the target group powerless to improve their own situation. Therefore, in my view, we should spea […]
- Quantitative and qualitative impact reporting - India - by: vpost January 19, 2017Quantitative and qualitative impact reporting - India This includes: 1. paper on sanitation dynamics: toilet acquisition and its economic and social implications. 2. paper on the gap between construction and usage of toilets 3. presentation on the role of sanitation in rural communities in India 4. presentation on sanitation and child health in India 5. note […]
- Re: SuSanA’s contribution to the Agenda 2030 - WG1 position paper (final draft for comments) - by: dorothee.spuhler January 19, 2017Hi Mariska Thanks for your comments and feedback! A few questions and comments back 1) Professional development plans / mentorship schemes The mentorship schemes was just an idea - we were use that in cewas. I am not sure what you mean with templates? Should that be documents that potential mentors use as a guideline how to mentor? 2) Monitoring / measuring […]
- Re: Phase 3: Supporting sustainable sanitation through knowledge management and collaborative action within SuSanA - by: F H Mughal January 19, 2017Dear Elisabeth, It is the internet itself. At the moment, I don't see any plan of improvement. With workshops, what I had in my mind was to learn from the experiences of other participants. As is normally the case, I expect presentations from the resourced persons. Why Susana HQ - because that might entails some cost savings. Elsewhere, you mentioned ab […]
- Re: Getting the bigger picture - Creating sanitation systems for whole cities. City-wide planning and the role of FSM in the case of India - by: nityajacob January 20, 2017
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