Published in: 2012
InterAide, Versailles, France; Engineers Without Borders Canada, Toronto, Canada
InterAide, Engineers Without Borders Canada
Sterenn Philippe (sterennphilippe)
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This manual is meant to act as a guide for facilitators during the implementation of Community Follow-up Workshops as part of a Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) program. Information provided is based on workshops piloted in Phalombe District during the GSF Program from 2011- 2012 by Engineers Without Borders Canada (EWB) and InterAide.
The pilot was a village-level monitoring strategy that included a workshop for community leaders to gain the knowledge and skills required for taking ownership over the monitoring process in their communities. Immediately after a triggering, these workshops gave community members the chance to get directly involved in the post-triggering, monitoring process. These workshops were called ‘Community Follow-up Workshops’ and included a capacity building exercise, peer-to-peer engagement and interaction, case studies, faecal-oral route demonstrations/diagrams, action plan presentations and role definitions.
InterAide, Engineers Without Borders Canada (2012). Community Follow-up Workshop Facilitation Guide: - For Orientation of Community Leaders. InterAide, Versailles, France; Engineers Without Borders Canada, Toronto, Canada
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