Photo: Community-Led Total Sanitation Triggering in Togo. Sanitation programmes must promote the confidence and self-efficacy of those who are potentially disadvantaged, by involving them in decisions and encouraging their active participation throughout the sanitation and hygiene improvement process. ©WSSCC
How can water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) practitioners ensure that people who may be disadvantaged benefit effectively from sanitation programmes? Ten principles, generated through WSSCC-supported learning and research, can help drive EQND forward.
Look out for the next article in our EQND series, highlighting practical ‘dos and dont’s’ to ensure that people who may be disadvantaged are considered, involved and supported in sanitation programmes.
By Raza Naqvi A youth organization in New Delhi has been distributing sanitary pads and raising menstrual awareness among girls and women across India since 2016. While the country remains under lockdown due to the coronavirus, Project Baala is determined that its important work still gets done. “Women would have been the worst hit, as […]
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