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Improving CLTS targeting: Evidence from Nigeria
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Improving CLTS targeting: Evidence from Nigeria 9 Jun 2016 | WaterAid

Community-led total sanitation (CLTS) is a popular approach to increasing sanitation coverage. CLTS is often understood to be more suitable for small, rural and homogeneous communities, however it is also considered an appropriate solution for more urbanised areas. This brief provides quantitative evidence to support this and bring forward a simple rule of thumb that allows more efficient programme targeting. 
Improving CLTS targeting: Evidence from Nigeria

Improving CLTS targeting: Evidence from Nigeria 9 Jun 2016 | WaterAid

Community-led total sanitation (CLTS) is a popular approach to increasing sanitation coverage. CLTS is often understood to be more suitable for small, rural and homogeneous communities, however it is also considered an appropriate solution for more urbanised areas. This brief provides quantitative evidence to support this and bring forward a simple rule of thumb that allows more efficient programme targeting. 

WASH for the urban poor in Cambodia 6 Jun 2016 | WaterAid

As part of its scoping activities, WaterAid conducted a review of the situation of poor and vulnerable people in urban areas of Cambodia to inform its urban programming.

Healthy Start in Cambodia 6 Jun 2016 | WaterAid

During its first year of operations in Cambodia in 2014, WaterAid conducted a WASH and Health scoping study to identify entry points for integration between these two sectors. The areas of WASH in healthcare facilities and integration between WASH and nutrition programing emerged as the two priorities.
Accessible WASH in Cambodia

Accessible WASH in Cambodia 6 Jun 2016 | WaterAid

WaterAid is working with Government, development partners and civil society to promote inclusive approaches to water, sanitation and hygiene in Cambodia and has commissioned a review of Inclusive WASH activities in Cambodia.
WaterAid Timor-Leste Country Programme 2010-2015

Timor Leste programme evaluation 26 May 2016 | WaterAid

WaterAid has been working in Timor Leste since 2005 working in partnership with PLAN for the first two years. In 2007, WaterAid opened a country office in Dili and commenced activities in Liquica Municipality and in 2011, expanded the program to include Manufahi Municipality. In 2010, WaterAid developed a 2010-2015 country strategy. This evaluation provides an overall review of work completed throughout that period, which builds on several specific research and assessment processes conducted recently.
WaterAid PNG Country Program Evaluation

Papua New Guinea programme evaluation 26 May 2016 | WaterAid

WaterAid has been supporting the WaSH sector in Papua New Guinea (PNG) since 2005, predominantly working through partners in East Sepik Province. In 2015, amidst the transition between old and new Global and Country Strategies, WaterAid commissioned an evaluation of their PNG Country Program. The primary purpose of the evaluation is to learn from current and past practice to improve future performance, with a clear objective being to influence the new WaterAid PNG Country Program Strategy.
Achieving total sanitation and hygiene coverage within a generation - lessons from East Asia

Achieving total sanitation and hygiene coverage within a generation – lessons from East Asia 27 Apr 2016 | WaterAid

This discussion paper presents the findings from research in East Asian states on the political economy of sanitation and hygiene services which delivered total coverage within a generation. The generalised conclusions are not intended to claim blueprints for success but rather to feed into dialogue in the sanitation and hygiene sectors on how the necessary step change for delivering universal access to services can be achieved by 2030.
2015 Nepal earthquakes: Lessons from WaterAid's response

2015 Nepal earthquake: lessons from WaterAid's response 20 Apr 2016 | WaterAid

On 25 April and 12 May 2015, two huge earthquakes hit Nepal, killing 9,000 people, injuring 22,000, and depriving half a million families of their homes. WaterAid provided emergency water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) support to communities. Having our staff and projects affected so deeply and deploying an emergency response are both exceptional events for WaterAid, so we conducted a learning review in September 2015. This brief presents the key lessons.