Published in: 2016
The University of Queensland, Australia
Hall, N. et al.
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Countries have much work to do to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. But development projects don’t always go the way you expect. A resettlement project in Laos recently provided taps and toilets as a way to improve hygiene and health outcomes for communities. But on revisiting the resettled village, the project team was dismayed to find that the new brick toilet facilities were instead being used to store rice.
Hall, N. et al. (2016). Strengthening community participation in meeting UN Sustainable Development Goal 6 for water, sanitation and hygiene - Discussion Paper No.3. The University of Queensland, Australia
English Public awareness, advocacy and civil society engagement (WG9)
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