Sanitation Updates’ favourite to win the 2012 Golden Poo Award for best short film has to be Bum Bay. Set to the tune of the 1969 Indo-pop hit “Bombay Meri Hai” – transformed to “Bum Bay Meri Hai” – we see a mock tourist promotion film interspersed with explicit scenes of male open defecation.
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- Re: Defining the Scope of Case Study Research - What is a best practice? - by: am101 April 28, 2017Dear Members, You can go through newspaper link epaperbeta.timesofindia.com/Article.aspx...all-a-28042017005016 . epaperbeta.timesofindia.com/Article.aspx...aking-28042017005018 These stories reflect what is actually happening in the field. The same thing can be presented in different manner. For ex some agency is funding CLTS/CATS /MHM campaigns in certain […]
- Thematic Discussion: Case studies are Signposts for Recognition and Encouragement - by: nityajacob April 28, 2017Dear members, I am posting below a response from Sameer Jain from Active Allocator: Hi Girija, Water and waste and sanitation issues are completely outside my area of expertise. But I was very intrigued for this is huge, staring at us all citizens in the face. The possibilities for creating case studies are endless – my recommendation would be to have a cros […]
- Re: Research partners for technology and low cost solutions in Vietnam - by: muench April 27, 2017Dear Georgia, You said:We just completed a landscape FSM study that covers these three areas in rural Vietnam.Would you be able/willing to share this study here on the Forum? Could be useful for many people. Secondly, I didn't quite understand this part:We are now searching for research partners with technology and knowledge of low cost solutions for se […]
- Re: WaterAid School WASH research in Bangladesh, Nepal, India and Nepal - by: muench April 27, 2017Dear Jacques, Thanks for putting together these key points. They are interesting but in order to use them for the Wikipedia article on WASH in schools, the language needs to be changed. It needs to be written for the lay person. At the moment it is still too complex, too much jargon and it is also not clear which reference goes with which statement or paragr […]
- Elimination of Manual Scavenging - by: muench April 27, 2017Dear Meenakshisundaram, I've moved your post into this existing thread which might answer some of your questions (please scrol up and note there are two pages to the discussion). Do you find any answers there? Technologies and fecal sludge management processes exist to overcome the issues with unsafe emptying of pit latrines, septic tanks and bucket toi […]
- Re: Defining the Scope of Case Study Research - What is a best practice? - by: am101 April 28, 2017