The Toilet Board Coalition brings together some of the most forward-thinking organisations in the sanitation space: Firmenich, Kimberly-Clark, LIXIL Corporation and Unilever represent the business sector; Dr Val Curtis of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and Barbara Evans of the University of Leeds bring academic rigour to the table; and a number of development sector and governmental bodies bring their one-of-a-kind resources and specialist knowledge: Agence Française De Développement; the Asian Development Bank; the UK’s Department for International Development; Stone Family Foundation; WaterAid; Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP); Water Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC); the World Bank’s Water and Sanitation Programme; the World Toilet Organization; Water and Sanitation for Africa; and UNICEF.
- Re: CLTS on wikipedia - by: joeturner February 27, 2015I forgot to add a link to the page: here it is en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Community-led_total_sanitation
- Re: TDS: Week 3 Theme - The way forward…adaptation of the sanitation ladder to the post-2015 period - by: bracken February 27, 2015Dear all, Today is officially the last day of this 3 week Thematic Discussion on the Functional Sanitation Ladder. Many thanks to all for the contributions!!! Whilst I don't think that this is the end of the discussion by any means, I do think that these 3 weeks have been very useful and informative. Starting into the three weeks, I think none of us thr […]
- CLTS on wikipedia - by: joeturner February 27, 2015As a late convert to Elisabeth's call for action on wikipedia, I have been working to overhaul the CLTS page. Hopefully it now has a structure which we can build on - explaining briefly what the thing is, what triggering is, recent developments and criticisms. It seems to me that there is a lot more which could usefully be said - for example there could […]
- Re: When is SuSanA going to move to open access for its publications? - by: muench February 27, 2015Well, in any case it wouldn't be so hard to ask the authors because we only have 13 SuSanA factsheets (www.susana.org/en/resources/library/details/1229) and one vision document (www.susana.org/en/resources/library/details/267). Oh yes, and 86 case studies (www.susana.org/en/resources/case-studies). But why would any of the authors of the case studies no […]
- Re: When is SuSanA going to move to open access for its publications? - by: joeturner February 27, 2015OK, well it can be done, but one would need the permission of those who wrote the original document and/or holders of the copyright. I'm guessing the Gates Foundation can do it because they regain full copyright.
- Re: CLTS on wikipedia - by: joeturner February 27, 2015
- Delhi: Achieving ODF status February 25, 2015With the fact that nearly 35% of Delhi slum dwellers still practise open defecation, most of community and public toilets in the capital remains non-functional; the present scenario doesn’t seem to meet the goals of Delhi Master Plan for making the city Open Defecation Free (ODF) by 2015. In this article, Ajay Sinha, Chief Operating Officer, Feedback Foundat […]6
- Webinar on gender, violence and access to WASH/ Webinaire Genre, violence et accès aux services EAH February 10, 2015On Tuesday 17th March 2015 at 13.30 GMT (English) and 16.00 GMT (French), RWSN and WaterAid will6
- In Ekiti, it’s war against open defecation February 10, 2015Owners of houses without toilets in Ekiti are now in a heated rush to meet the deadline set for t6
- Nigeria: Rescue From Diseases Through Water, Sanitation, Hygiene February 6, 2015The Guardian visited some of the Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Community Led Total Sani6
- Winners of the CLTS Photo Competition February 2, 2015We have chosen the winners of our Picturing CLTS photo competition. Thank you to everyone who submitted photos. It was great to see such diverse depictions of CLTS in action and of many related aspects like handwashing, inclusive WASH and monitoring.6
- Delhi: Achieving ODF status February 25, 2015
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