In July a webinar took place with the title “What constitutes success for CLTS? – Measuring community outcomes and behavior change”. The recordings of this webinar are now available as sound files (podcasts) and as videos. In the webinar, experts working with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s “Building Demand for Sanitation” Programme shared their insights on this topic.
It is startling that there seems to be no consensus about what constitutes success for CLTS programmes. Is 30% an acceptable success rate? How can these rates be optimized? What should be our response to communities that do not become defecation free?
An upcoming webinar will ponder these questions. The title of the webinar is: ‘What constitutes success for CLTS? – Measuring community outcomes and behavior change’
It will take place on Wednesday 22 July 2015 at 15:00 London time (BST/GMT+1).
The new Sustainable Development Goals will encourage a stronger focus on behavior all along the sanitation chain. Therefore, we are at the right time to consider what we can do more, better or differently. We invite you to join an interactive webinar where experts working in the “Building Demand for Sanitation Programme” of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will share their insights. The panelists of the webinar include:
- Ada-Oko Williams, Technical Support Manager, Sanitation and Hygiene, WaterAid UK
- Darren Saywell, Senior Director, Water, Sanitation and Health, Plan International USA (CLTS research project)
- Hans-Joachim Mosler, Head of Environmental and Health Psychology, Eawag (CLTS research project)
- Jonny Crocker, Research Assistant at The Water Institute at UNC, Chapel Hill
The webinar will be run as a panel interview followed by audience and panelists interactions. This webinar, open to all, is being organized under the Knowledge Management initiative of the Building Demand for Sanitation (BDS) program, by Euforic Services, the SuSanA secretariat and the Stockholm Environment Institute.
Further information and a discussion before and after the webinar is available here on the SuSanA discussion forum.
- Date: Wednesday 22 July 2015
- Time: 15:00 London time (BST/GMT+1)
- You can check for your equivalent time here: http://bit.ly/1NvX3yK
- The webinar will utilise Adobe Connect.
- Please register your interest to participate here.
Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) has announced that five videos clips from the recent SEI-SuSanA Webinar 7 on 29 April 2014 are now online. The theme – in their series of SEI-SuSanA webinars to examine the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation sanitation projects – was “Adding missing links in sanitation value chains“.
Part 1 –Introduction by Arno Rosemarin and Nelson Ekane
Part 2 – Is a power auger “Excrevator” a suitable tool to empty pit latrines in South Africa and septic tanks in India? (includes presentation and questions) by Francis de los Reyes from North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
12 March -16h00 : SuSanA–WASHtech webinar on Technology Applicability Framework (TAF)
SuSanA secretariat and WASHtech invites you to participate in a webinar that will present and discuss the Technology Applicability Framework (TAF) developed during the WASHtech project: www.washtechnologies.net
When: 16h00 CET on 12th March 2014 (Time converter: www.worldtimebuddy.com/)
||Webinar room open
||Welcome by Trevor Surridge (SuSanA secretariat)
||Introduction to TAF by André Olschewski (Skat Foundation)
||Questions on André’s presentation
||Experiences using TAF in Ghana by Benedict Tuffuor (TREND)
||Questions on Benedict’s presentation
||WaterAid’s experience adapting and applying the TAF to a pour-flush toilet option in the Nicaraguan Caribbean by Joshua Briemberg (WaterAid)
||Questions on Joshua presentation leading into an open Q&A session
||Closing and wrap-up from Trevor
||End of Webinar
Webinar Chair: Trevor Surridge (SuSanA secretariat)
Moderation Support: Sean Furey (Skat Foundation)
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The RWSN equity and inclusion group is pleased to announce its latest webinar on Removing Barriers to WASH. If you would like to attend, please inform ShamilaJansz@wateraid.org. For more details, see below:
Description: WEDC and WaterAid have developed a new set of ‘Equity and Inclusion in WASH’ learning materials.
We have been collaborating to develop practical training materials for WASH practitioners, to help them analyse and address the problems faced by the most disadvantaged people in accessing WASH services. Extensively field-tested by WaterAid and WEDC in Africa and Asia, the materials are participatory and interactive, and are ideal to facilitate practical collaboration and problem-solving between disabled people and technical service providers. They can be used as stand-alone activities, or as part of a broader training programme. Although rooted in the social model of disability, the scope of the analysis framework has been broadened to encompass exclusion of all kinds. This makes the materials useful in building alliances with groups working on other issues, e.g. gender, HIV, ageing.
The Sanitation Marketing Community of Practice (www.sanitationmarketing.com) managed by WaterAid Australia on behalf of the Australian WASH Reference Group is pleased to announce our fourth webinar!
Webinar 4: Sanitation Marketing and Community-led Total Sanitation (CLTS)
Date: Thursday 7th February 2013
Time: | 8:00am (London) | 9:00am (Geneva) | 11:00am (Nairobi) | 3:00pm (Jakarta, Indonesia) | 7:00pm (Melbourne, Australia) Check my time zone
Presenters: This session will be facilitated by Oliver Jones, Programme Officer, The Global Sanitation Fund (GSF), Water Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC). Presenters include Ulemu Chiluzi from Plan Malawi and Julian Kyomuhangi from the Government of Uganda.
Webinar: WASH in Schools
National Policy Changed by WASH in Schools Research
Date: Thursday 13 December 2012
Time: 14:30 – 15:30 CET (Central European Time)
19:00 – 20:00 New Delhi
16:30 – 17:30 Nairobi
08:30 – 09:30 New York
Mamita Bora Thakkar, UNICEF India
Brooks Keene and Jason Oyugi, CARE
Whether you like it or not, governments have a role to play in effective implementation of WASH in Schools programmes. This webinar will explore how national policy is influenced by the work of UNICEF in India and SWASH+ in Kenya.
Combining experiences in Kenya and India, the webinar aims to do three things:
- examine how UNICEF India supports the Indian government in identifying and overcoming obstacles that prevent the achievement of sustainable WASH in Schools
- explore how the SWASH+ research helped change the national policy on school WASH in Kenya
- provide insights into how best to track progress and results.
Register here: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/428349031
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.
Space is limited so please reserve your Webinar seat on time if you want to participate.
Ingeborg Krukkert, IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre
Malaika Cheney-Choker, CARE USA
Posted in Africa, Campaigns and Events, Policy, South Asia
Tagged Care, India, IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, Kenya, schools, SWASH+, unicef, WASH in schools, webinars
This webinar presentation is based on findings from a Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) study of 50 local governments that were declared 100% sanitized/open defecation free almost five years ago. Researchers found that almost 90 percent of households in the areas studied have sustained use of a latrine that adequately confines feces, but that hygienic maintenance is relatively poor.
Date: Thursday, July 21, 2011, 8:30-10:00 EST/ 13:30-15:00 GMT
Venue: Virtual, via AdobeConnect, Click ‘Enter as a Guest’, Type your full name and click ‘Enter Room’
To learn about the WSP study, see the full Technical Report or Research Brief.
For more information about the seminar read see the full announcement