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It is aimed at announcing to the rest of the world that the community is practicing basic hygiene and sanitation. ...

It is aimed at announcing to the rest of the world that the community is practicing basic hygiene and sanitation.
It is to make sanitation practice competitive among the communities and such competition will become permanent.
SFZ is a status symbol which other communities will want to emulate

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  • 1. Community Life Improvement Programme (CLIP) Safe Zone Flag Concept
  • 2. What is SZF• It is aimed at announcing to the rest of the world that the community is practicing basic hygiene and sanitation.• It is to make sanitation practice competitive among the communities and such competition will become permanent.• SFZ is a status symbol which other communities will want to emulate
  • 3. How does it work?• Competition is between communities (maximum 10).• A monitoring and scoring team is constituted with representatives from each of the communities who are trained in hygiene and sanitation monitoring and scoring.• Community-Based hygiene and sanitation volunteers are formed in the various communities.• Staff of the District EHU and committee set up modalities for scoring.
  • 4. How does it work? Cont’d• monitoring and scoring is done over the first three months.• The winning community is giving a flag to host in their community.• Follow-up monitoring is done monthly and if the winning community is not able to maintain or improve standard, the flag is taken away from them and given to the winning community.
  • 5. Outcome• Hosing the flag has become a status symbol in the communities.• It has taken sanitation beyond CLTS.• Five communities have been declared ODF status by the Northern Regional EHU in the Karaga district.• Expecting that more communities will be declared ODF status in the other districts• Communities who are not part of the competition are replicating.
  • 6. • THANKS FOR THE ATTENTION