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Consultancy Services for Implementation of a Training of Trainers in Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) in Western Zambia.

The objective of the program is to provide sustainable and equitable access to improved water supply and sanitation to meet basic needs for improved health and poverty alleviation for Zambia’s rural population in Western Province. The program targets to improve social conditions (e.g., health, education, income generation, empowerment, etc.) and transform communities that are better able to prepare for and respond to a wide range of changing conditions including climate change.
2018 Training of Trainers Community Led Total Sanitation Zambia

CLTS TOT: Supporting the Local Authorities to implement responsive hygiene education and sanitation promotion activities such as Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) aimed at engaging the communities to attain Open Defecation Free (ODF) status.

CLTS, Hygiene Education, and Sanitation Improvement Promotion: This will include:

  • Supporting Councils in developing district sanitation action plans.
  • Supporting the Local Authorities develop a district hygiene communication strategy focused on handwashing with soap critical times.
  • Supporting schools and WASH clubs to develop sanitation activities, train and support teachers to use participatory/life skills-based hygiene education approaches, and to develop extra-curricular activities that strengthen home and school linkages considering that good hygiene and behavioral practices by pupils will have a significant impact on the communities.

Gender Responsive Sanitation Marketing: Supporting the Local Authorities to implement gender-responsive sanitation marketing by encouraging households to construct improved sanitation facilities.

Monitoring and Coordination: Supporting the Local Authorities develop a monitoring mechanism for sanitation activities in the districts. The monitoring mechanism to be developed for sanitation activities in the districts will be linked to the national CLTS reporting system.