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WSSCC is revisiting some of its key publications that provide evidence and insight for sanitation-related programming.

More and more organisations working in sanitation and hygiene support the vision that equitable and sustainable sanitation and hygiene behaviour change and services at scale should be delivered through locally driven and locally sustained institutions, mechanisms and service providers. This calls for strengthening these institutions, mechanisms and providers at the level where they operate, regionally, […]

View guide The behavior change module introduces the theory of change and key components of the approach WSP used in the project. This module includes four presentations: Behavior Change Overview FOAM Framework (see below) Enabling Products Monitoring The Tools section includes a link to a database of enabling products for handwashing maintained by WSP, and […]

The Government of India has approved a proposal to change the NBA guidlines, recognizing the importance of MHM.

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Sanitation is a business – Approaches for demand-orientated polic...

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Hygiene and sanitation remain low on most agendas and are not openly talked. Despite being recognized as a contributing reason as to why around 1 billion people are living without adequate sanitation and hygiene. The “top down” approach of distributing latrines with subsidies, or even free, has not worked. So what’s next? This publication examines alternative solutions and presents a new paradigm urging policy makers and donors to advocate the use of the private sector to provide sustainable and demand driven solutions to sanitation needs. This emotional and possibly controversial issue is mapped out and summarized with global case studies which illustrate that sanitation can be a viable business.