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Progress till January. Lack of access to safe water in ODF communities impedes the practising of hygiene behaviors. Institutionalization of CLTS and up scaling beyond Plan’s operational areas. Low Lights.

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Progress till january

Progress till January


Low lights

Lack of access to safe water in ODF communities impedes the practising of hygiene behaviors.

Institutionalization of CLTS and up scaling beyond Plan’s operational areas.

Low Lights


Low lights1

Latrines collapsing in ODF and triggered villages due to loose, collapsing soils and heavy rains.

Low Lights


Low lights2

The big number of elderly people in some communities in Luwero has slowed the ODF attainment process.

Low Lights


Remedies

Remedies:

  • A one year grant was secured with support of UKNO to enhance access to safe water in ODF communities.

  • Advocated and supported three districts to utilize the new sanitation funding to scale up CLTS in non Plan operational areas.

  • Linked masons to ODF villages, retrained masons in latrine designs suitable for collapsing soils.


Remedies1

The VHTs have embarked on supporting the elderly to construct the latrines through self help.

Remedies


High lights

50 villages have reached ODF out of 78 triggered villages in the two districts.

Nominated to represent UWASNET members on the Global sanitation fund steering committee.

High Lights


High lights1

Contributed to the development, printing and dissemination of the national CLTS manuals.

High Lights


Lessons learned

Lessons Learned:

  • Planning for CLTS implementation should be comprehensive and include monitoring, verification, and follow up for up to two years after ODF to ensure sustainability.

  • To achieve massive impacts in sanitation, responsible government line ministries have to be in the lead.


Lessons learnt

Lessons Learnt:

  • Effective and exemplary leadership of the community resource persons reinforces positive sanitation behaviour change and consequently attainment of ODF status.


Lessons incorporated in clts program

Lessons incorporated in CLTS Program

  • Post monitoring has continued in ODF villages as well as linkage to VSLA and masons.

  • Signed MoU with Ministry of Health at the national level as part of the efforts to scale up CLTS and to institutionalize CLTS and sanitation marketing.

  • The community resource persons have been involved in all project activities especially monitoring and sensitization


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