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3 April 2017

Once we understand the complexities of slippage and the strategies to address it, how do we – as WASH practitioners – move forward?

14 March 2017

When WASH practitioners understand the patterns and causes of slippage, they can devise innovative strategies to avoid it.

1 March 2017

Monitoring slippage should go beyond the numbers to truly understand behaviour change and community dynamics.

22 February 2017

The Global Sanitation Fund has identified a number of slippage patterns, linked to factors that communities have significant, little or no control over.

8 February 2017

WSSCC explores community learning trajectories within the Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) process, and how they relate to slippage.

26 January 2017

In the second of a seven-part series for WASH practitioners, we explore the nuances of slippage and its impact on communities.

31 October 2016

Many WASH programmes are confronted with ‘slippage’. How should this issue be understood and addressed?

3 October 2016

This paper explores how to discern slippage nuances and patterns, strategies to address, pre-empt and mitigate it as well as alternative monitoring systems that capture the complexity of slippage more fully.

21 February 2020

by Hoby Randrianimanana ANTSIAFABOSITRA, Madagascar – In 2018, the Madagascar programme of WSSCC’s Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) reported it had helped 2.1 million people become open defecation free (ODF). The programme, Fonds d’Appui pour l’Assainissement (FAA), had also provided 3.7 million with access to sanitation and handwashing facilities. In December 2019, FAA added to those […]

9 December 2019

Madagascar’s rural communities tackle the ongoing migration challenge By Hoby Randrianimanana MIARY LAMATIHY, Madagascar – In a rural commune of Madagascar, villages that have once ended the practice of defecating in the open are now facing a major difficulty sustaining their open defecation free status. That is all because of a precious stone that was found […]

24 August 2018

WASHCOM members supporting latrine construction in Logo LGA, Nigeria. Credit: United Purpose   The RUSHPIN programme is scaling-up a successful formula for building an army of CLTS facilitators, which relies on supporting groups of Natural Leaders to deliver ODF communities much faster, cheaper, and more sustainably than through implementing partners alone. The process works like […]

27 November 2017

The study provides insights and recommendations for sustainability of open defecation free communities in Nepal