Tricia’s snippets 2016-01-26

Items of possible interest:

New CLTS implementation narrative + video from the Water Institute at UNC and Plan International USA (14/01/2016)

Title: Plan International Ethiopia: Teacher- Facilitated Community-Led Total Sanitation

  • Summary: The Testing CLTS Approaches for Scalability project is a four year, sanitation-focused, operational research project that aims to advance rural sanitation efforts by improving the cost-effectiveness and scalability of the CLTS approach, with a particular focus on the role of local actors. In Ethiopia, the project assesses teacher‐facilitated CLTS as an alternative to the conventional facilitation approach led by health extension workers (HEWs).  This Implementation Narrative accordingly reflects this process and introduces project team analysis of factors that enabled and constrained implementation. It is our aim that, should other practitioner-oriented organizations be interested in applying this adaptation of the CLTS approach, they can do so by following the steps laid out in this report.
  • Link to original post (+video): http://waterinstitute.unc.edu/plan-international-ethiopia-teacher-facilitated-community-led-total-sanitation/

Link to YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezyL_mgtBes


As 2016 Begins, UN Calls for Delivering on SDGs

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)January 2016: The world officially commenced implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development on 1 January 2016, with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) succeeding the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which expired on 31 December 2015. On the occasion, the UN highlighted the importance of partnerships and international solidarity in implementing the 2030 Agenda, and called for sharing experiences and tracking progress, including through an Annual SDG Progress Report.

read more: http://nr.iisd.org/news/as-2016-begins-un-calls-for-delivering-on-sdgs/


WASH in health care facilities

This website, led by WHO and UNICEF with input from a range of partners, serves as a hub for the latest knowledge and tools for improving WASH in health care facilities, provides advocacy messages and materials for use by a wide group of stakeholders and showcases global and national improvement initiatives and the lessons learned from such efforts. The site should provide an opportunity for dialogue between stakeholders, to share information and progress on the global work plan which helps support the efforts of the four task teams. 

http://www.washinhcf.org/home/

From Sanitation Updates:

Webinar: Community initiatives for sanitation and health – rescheduled for Thursday January 28th, 11 CET

Posted: 25 Jan 2016 02:13 AM PST

Posted: 21 Jan 2016

Amina J. Mohammed to serve as Chair of Leading WASH Organization

Posted: 19 Jan 2016 01:31 AM PST

Sanitation giant Dr. Babar Kabir dies

Posted: 18 Jan 2016 06:59 AM PST

As diseases proliferate, mosquitoes becoming Public Enemy No. 1

Posted: 15 Jan 2016 06:32 AM PST

Posted: 11 Jan 2016

Sacosan VI set to tackle sanitation in Asia

John Sauer -3 ways development NGOs can increase their impact in 2016

Posted: 08 Jan 2016

Better Sanitation, Better Life – Join WSSCC at SACOSAN 6 in Dhaka!

WEDC – Drawing Water

Posted: 07 Jan 2016

Cleaning up the E-Waste Recycling Industry

A Disease That Could Render the Oral Polio Vaccine Ineffective

Posted: 06 Jan 2016

Q&A: Toilets confront climate change

Posted: 05 Jan 2016 08:26 AM PST

Posted: 04 January 2016

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