Published in: 2018
Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA)
Monse, B., Abraham, B., Schlenk, J.
SuSanA Admin (susanaadmin)
The aims of this factsheet are to:
1. Advocate for sustainable WinS globally as anchored in the SDGs;
2. Highlight key solutions to existing challenges within WinS;
3. Explore various innovations and successful approaches using examples from low and middle income countries and outline best practice approaches and lessons learnt;
4. Identify the common principles that are needed to achieve the desired outcomes.
The following programming principles or ways of working (abbreviated as GRADE) should guide the development of WinS programmes worldwide:
GUIDE: Provide clear implementation guidance
REWARD: Recognise and reward WinS improvements
ACTIVATE: Take one step at a time
DEMONSTRATE: Learn by doing (More practising WinS – less teaching it)
EASY: Make WinS easy
This document’s target audience includes practitioners, policy-makers, researchers and the general public who would like to learn more about sustainable WASH in Schools.
Monse, B., Abraham, B., Schlenk, J. (2018). Sustainable WASH in Schools (WinS) - Factsheet of Working Group 7a. Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA)
English Factsheets and policy briefs Journalists Publications by SuSanA Schools Sustainable WASH in institutions and gender equality (WG7)
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