- Re: Transition from on site to off site sanitation systems - by: PaulUK May 28, 2015Dear Arno, Thanks for the link. much appreciated
- Re: Lessons Learned from the Dissemination of Biodigesters for Sanitation in Haiti, from 2010 to 2013 - by: muench May 28, 2015Dear Christopher, A warm welcome to you on the forum! For those of you wo don't know Christopher yet, here is a photo of him that I quickly found on our flickr photo database, from when he was still working for BORDA in Zambia (are you still with BORDA now, Christopher?): Feeding and mixing of the biogas plant by SuSanA Secretariat, on Flickr (Christoph […]
- Re: Transition from on site to off site sanitation systems - by: muench May 28, 2015Dear Paul, Could you provide more details to your research questions? I don't really understand what you meant with I have seen different types of sanitation systems in decentralised areas but I have problems adapting or making that transition to a centralised off site system. What is your definition of a "centralised off site system", you mea […]
- Re: Please help me with a global survey: how common are squatting toilets in your country? - by: adeelmalik May 28, 2015Dear Elisabeth, Here are some observations from Pakistan in general and some things I have learned during my research there. I agree with most of the stats provided by Mr. Mughal, but I would like to add that the trend in cities is rapidly changing and most well off people that live in cities (especially larger cities)already use or are changing to the sitti […]
- Re: Open Defecation: A Boone or Bane? - by: F H Mughal May 28, 2015Dear Mr. Adeel, Thank you for your clarifications. That was a relief, frankly! I appreciate. Smiles F H Mughal
- Re: Transition from on site to off site sanitation systems - by: PaulUK May 28, 2015
- State steps up sanitation drive May 5, 2015Over 50 female leaders from around the world recently published a declaration calling for the end of poor sanitation and hygiene in the developing world. Among those leaders are the first ladies of Madagascar and Malawi, both of whom announced the declaration in Washington, D.C.6
- Women Leaders target need for sanitation and hygiene April 30, 2015Over 50 female leaders from around the world recently published a declaration calling for the end of poor sanitation and hygiene in the developing world. Among those leaders are the first ladies of Madagascar and Malawi, both of whom announced the declaration in Washington, D.C.6
- Ebola response: CLTS running strong in rural Liberia April 28, 2015This week in Bong County, the National Technical Coordinating Unit (NTCU) – responsible for setting Liberia’s national WASH guidelines – verified 29 new communities as Open Defecation Free (ODF). “What was originally just a short-term basic hygiene promotion has become another successful Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) project,” said Global Communities […]6
- Chienge districts celebrates ODF success April 27, 2015Chienge's achievement as Zambia’s first Open Defecation Free (ODF) district should inspire other regions in the country for similar success, Deputy Minister of Local Government and Housing Danny Chingimbu said at the district’s celebration of attainment of ODF status.6
- Liberian ODF communities did not experience transmission of the Ebola virus April 16, 2015Mr. deVries, Chief of Party of Global COmmunities described the fight against the virus and the Community Led Total Sanitation program as an incredible and challenging experience.He said with all of these challenges faced by his entity during his tenure, tremendous progress was made in the fight against the Ebola virus, especially in safe burial and the Comm […]6
- State steps up sanitation drive May 5, 2015
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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.
This document summarises the performance monitoring framework for the AusAID and The Netherlands Directorate-General for International Cooperation (DGIS) funded “Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for ALL” programme implemented by SNV, IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre and local partners in Nepal, Bhutan, Laos, Cambodia and Viet Nam. The performance monitoring framework for rural sanitation and hygiene was developed jointly by SNV and IRC, with a large number of inputs from different partners and colleagues from the countries.
The monitoring framework is based on the Qualitative Information System (QIS) developed by IRC together with Pragmatix India.
Read the full Performance monitoring instruction sheet