Published in: 2011
UNICEF, WCARO, 35th WEDC International Conference, Loughborough, UK
As part of a global UNICEF strategy to build up sanitation coverage and to reinvigorate sanitation programmes in the region, CLTS was introduced starting in 2008 throughout both Francophone and Anglophone countries in the West and Central Africa region (WCAR).
UNICEF WCAR office has hired ECOPSIS (the Consultant) to evaluate at the regional, national, facilitation and implementation levels the roll-out/pilot phase of CLTS, and the opportunities for extending CLTS as a tool for contributing in the achievement of the MDG. The evaluation assignment included a desk study, remote data collection through questionnaires and visits to 5 countries to meet national stakeholders and make field assessments. Data analysis and evaluation processes were then performed in correlation with broader international sanitation expertise.
Bevan, J. (2011). The roll-out of the community led total sanitation approach in West and Central Africa – A review. UNICEF, WCARO, 35th WEDC International Conference, Loughborough, UK
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