Community Engagement

Engaging people in discussion about adopting safe sanitation practices and eliminating open defecation. Engaging women, children, youth, marginalized groups, opinion makers. Concerted efforts in sustaining behavioural change. Engagement with village even after achievement of ODF status.
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The ‘INSIGHTS’ events, which are an important social sector initiative brought together by India Sanitation Coalition, IRC and TARU Leading Edge, hold dialogue and discussions on key themes in sanitation. This includes sharing of-- new research...

  • DELHI
  • Administrative and Financial Streamlining, Community Engagement, Hygiene and Handwashing, ODF Strategies
  • English
       
  • 07/08/2019
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ISC is constantly striving to enable safe and sustainable sanitation by bringing multiple organizations on a common platform through a range of catalytic actions that inter alia include supporting the unlocking of WASH Financing with focus on the...

  • DELHI
  • Administrative and Financial Streamlining, Community Engagement, Monitoring and Evaluation, ODF Strategies
  • English
       
  • 07/08/2019
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ISC is constantly striving to enable safe and sustainable sanitation by bringing multiple organizations on a common platform through a range of catalytic actions that inter alia include supporting the unlocking of WASH Financing with focus on the...

  • DELHI
  • Administrative and Financial Streamlining, Community Engagement, Monitoring and Evaluation
  • English
       
  • 07/08/2019
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Experience from four districts of Chhattisgarh where Community Approach to Total Sanitation was implemented – leading to sustainable ODF villages. Volume 2 of the UNICEF report describes the way forward.

  • CHHATTISGARH
  • Behavior Change Communication, Community Engagement, ODF Strategies
  • English
       
  • 06/26/2018
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Swachhata Patrika newsletter features Bihar’s ODF journey. This July-September 2016 edition carries accounts of how Sanjhauli Block was declared open defecation free in 55 days, and the 30 km human chain formed in Belsand among others.

  • BIHAR
  • Behavior Change Communication, Community Engagement, ODF Strategies
  • English
       
  • 06/26/2018
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UNICEF had initiated a study to identify and analyse the bottlenecks faced in construction and use of household toilets in Aurangabad division. Bottleneck Analysis Tools (BAT) were designed by Riddhi Foundation to assess the bottlenecks at ZP, PS...

  • AURANGABAD
  • Behavior Change Communication, Community Engagement, ODF Strategies
  • English
       
  • 06/18/2018