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28 April 2016

This week, GSF & FAA launched a new handbook on accelerating & sustaining the end of open defecation.

27 April 2016

Follow-up MANDONA (FUM) is an action-oriented, collective approach for post-triggering follow-up visits, as part of Community-Led Total Sanitation. This handbook provides a practical, step-by-step guide for how CLTS practitioners around the world can implement FUM in their own contexts.

8 October 2015

CLTS focuses on igniting change in sanitation and hygiene behavior within whole communities.

6 October 2015

Téléchargez l’étude de cas complète ou explorez les sections suivantes. Le contexte national Le tout dernier rapport du Programme commun de surveillance du Fonds des Nations Unies pour l’enfance et de l’Organisation mondiale de la Santé fait état de statistiques révélatrices sur la situation de l’hygiène et de l’assainissement à Madagascar. Quelque 12 pour cent […]

2 October 2015

Learn how the GSF-funded programme in Madagascar is promoting sustainability and achieving strong sanitation and hygiene results through a cycle of learning, progress and innovation. Download the complete case study or explore the sections below: The national context The latest report from the Joint Monitoring Programme of the United Nations Children’s Fund and World Health […]

21 August 2015

A CLTS triggering helped Madame Metty understand that the health hazards for her and her customers could only be reduced if she owned a toilet.

15 May 2015

‘Fonds d’Appui pour l’Assainissement’ (FAA) is the national programme supported by the GSF in Madagascar.

15 February 2015

The WSSCC visit was dedicated to reinforcing the country’s top-level political commitment to a new “National Road Map” for WASH.

14 October 2014

Last week, the Prime Minister announced that his government will commit US $40 million over the next four years towards ending open defecation.

14 September 2014

Ce livre porte un regard particulier sur l’expérience de Madagascar qui emmène l’ATPC à une plus grande échelle.

12 September 2014

The astonishing story of how Madagascar grew from 10 to 10,000 villages free of open-defecation in just three years.

31 July 2014

This week, Madagascar’s committed to leading the way to become Africa’s first open defecation free country.