COMMUNITY LED TOTAL SANITATION(CLTS)Clean Foundationfor Community Led Sustainable Developmentin Khirala village (Anjangaon...
OUTLINE History Sanitation problem in Khirala CLTS - Intro Promoting CLTS CLTS Workshop Follow up Actions Global “F...
HISTORYwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT ISSUES(WHEN GFR STEPPED IN) Engagement in Khirala was at all time low Partner NGO had funding for p...
Community Visioning Workshops were held in 2011-12,Village coordinator @ the local NGO was trained &employed using the fun...
VILLAGE VISION SHARED & ARTICULATEDBY THE COMMUNITYThis helped kick-start the community participation inKhiralawww.GlobalF...
COMMUNITY’S VISIONFOR KHIRALAwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
SANITATIONPROBLEM INKHIRALAwww.globalfoodrelief.weebly.com
SANITATION ISSUES IN KHIRALA Open defecation practice– common norm 50% of households haveno toilets Those who have toil...
WHAT IS CLTS?www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
COMMUNITY LED TOTAL SANITATION(CLTS) - INTRO Sanitation program aimed at makingopen defecation a community issue, asoppos...
 Workshop facilitated by champion or change agent Community members participate Discuss ‘open defecation practice using...
PROMOTING CLTS TOSTAKEHOLDERS &OTHER NGOSBefore the CLTS Workshop inKhiralawww.globalfoodrelief.weebly.com
PROJECT TEAMwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
PROMOTING CLTS APPROACH TO OTHER NGOSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
PROMOTING CLTS APPROACH TO OTHER NGOSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
PROMOTING CLTS APPROACH TO GOVT OFFICIALSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
PROMOTING CLTS APPROACH TO GOVT. OFFICIALSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
PROMOTING CLTS APPROACH TO GOVT OFFICIALSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
CLTS WORKSHOPKhirala CommunityParticipates!www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
WELCOME & INTRODUCTION …& SOUND CHECK!www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
CLTS WORKSHOP BEGINS Slideshow of pix showing the‘focus of conversation’projected to kick start theworkshop!www.GlobalFood...
CLTS WORKSHOPwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
QUANTIFYING THE PROBLEMwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
QUANTIFYING THE PROBLEMwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
DISCUSSING & ENGAGING ABOUT THE PROBLEMwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
GETTING READY TO MAP THE PROBLEMwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
MAPPING THE HOUSES & KEY VILLAGE LANDMARKSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
MAPPING THE LOCAL WATERWAYS & ROADSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
MAPPING THE LOCAL WELLSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
MAPPING THE PROBLEM WITH YELLOW MARKER!www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
THE PROBLEM MAPPED FOR VISUAL EFFECT!www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
THE PROBLEM QUANTIFIED!www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
TAKING THE PLEDGEClosing Session of the CLTSWorkshopwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
VILLAGERS WRITING OUT THEIR PLEDGE TO MAKETHE VILLAGE OPEN DEFACATION FREEwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
VILLAGERS SIGNING THE PLEDGE TO MAKE THEVILLAGE OPEN DEFACATION FREEwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
THE VILLAGE PLEDGE!www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
FOLLOW UP ACTIONSImmediate follow up is criticalto the success of CLTSwww.globalfoodrelief.weebly.com
FOLLOW UP ACTIONS Meeting with self nominated village champions todevelop an action plan. Clean up day in the Village to...
ACTION PLANNINGMEETINGFollow up Action # 1www.globalfoodrelief.weebly.com
WOMEN & GIRL CHAMPIONS @ ACTION PLANNINGwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
WOMEN & GIRL CHAMPIONS @ ACTION PLANNINGwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
MEN & BOY CHAMPIONS @ ACTION PLANNINGwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
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MEN & BOY CHAMPIONS @ ACTION PLANNINGwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
MEN & BOY CHAMPIONS @ ACTION PLANNINGwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
OUTCOMES OF THE ACTION PLAN MEETINGwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
THE ACTION PLANwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
SHARING THE ACTION PLANS OF KHIRALA WITHDISTRICT OFFICIALSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
CLEAN UP DAY & CLTSPLEDGE PROMOTIONFollow up Action # 2www.globalfoodrelief.weebly.com
PROMOTING THE PLEDGEwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
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WHERE TO FROM HERE……..? Village Champions have developed an action plan forcampaigning CLTS and building shared and publi...
IT IS ONLY THEBEGINNINGwww.GlobalFoodRelief.orgof community-led development
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Community led total sanitation in khirala

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Recently, Global Food Relief facilitated a community led total sanitation project in Khirala, in partnership with the community members of Khirala (India) and the local NGO CARD. The slideshow shares the story of CLTS in Khirala.

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Community led total sanitation in khirala

  1. 1. COMMUNITY LED TOTAL SANITATION(CLTS)Clean Foundationfor Community Led Sustainable Developmentin Khirala village (Anjangaon)www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  2. 2. OUTLINE History Sanitation problem in Khirala CLTS - Intro Promoting CLTS CLTS Workshop Follow up Actions Global “Food-n-Fun” Connect Next stepswww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  3. 3. HISTORYwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  4. 4. COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT ISSUES(WHEN GFR STEPPED IN) Engagement in Khirala was at all time low Partner NGO had funding for programs which were eitherineffective in their impact or were un-spent. The farmers suicide were still continuing to take place (they stillare continuing) In a highly dis-engaged community, there were just 4 highlymotivated and engaged young adults.Community was being a barrier to its owndevelopment – through lack of engagement& participationwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  5. 5. Community Visioning Workshops were held in 2011-12,Village coordinator @ the local NGO was trained &employed using the funds raised from cookingwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  6. 6. VILLAGE VISION SHARED & ARTICULATEDBY THE COMMUNITYThis helped kick-start the community participation inKhiralawww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  7. 7. COMMUNITY’S VISIONFOR KHIRALAwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  8. 8. SANITATIONPROBLEM INKHIRALAwww.globalfoodrelief.weebly.com
  9. 9. SANITATION ISSUES IN KHIRALA Open defecation practice– common norm 50% of households haveno toilets Those who have toiletsdon’t use them Using toilets considered“gross” as it is adjacentto cooking/sleeping/livingareaswww.globalfoodrelief.weebly.com
  10. 10. WHAT IS CLTS?www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  11. 11. COMMUNITY LED TOTAL SANITATION(CLTS) - INTRO Sanitation program aimed at makingopen defecation a community issue, asopposed to individual issue. Involves community engagementaimed at provoking thinking andawareness Proven to yield sanitation outcomes, inmany developing countries. Builds community capacity forcollective action. Community who have implementedCLTS are known to build on thesuccess to achieve other successes. Considered best practice in sanitationprogram.www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  12. 12.  Workshop facilitated by champion or change agent Community members participate Discuss ‘open defecation practice using gross (punintended!) facts and figures Questions are posed to evoke an emotional responseof disgust, loathing and embarrassment Workshop is a success IF at the end participantsvoluntarily commit to getting theirvillage/community an Open Defecation Free (ODF)status within a nominated time-frame At the close, local champions nominate themselvesfor leading and implementing the CLTS to achievethe ODF status at the end of the nominated timeframeCLTS TRIGGERS A NEW NORM &A DEMAND FOR TOILETSABOUT CLTS WORKSHOPwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  13. 13. PROMOTING CLTS TOSTAKEHOLDERS &OTHER NGOSBefore the CLTS Workshop inKhiralawww.globalfoodrelief.weebly.com
  14. 14. PROJECT TEAMwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  15. 15. PROMOTING CLTS APPROACH TO OTHER NGOSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  16. 16. PROMOTING CLTS APPROACH TO OTHER NGOSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  17. 17. PROMOTING CLTS APPROACH TO GOVT OFFICIALSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  18. 18. PROMOTING CLTS APPROACH TO GOVT. OFFICIALSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  19. 19. PROMOTING CLTS APPROACH TO GOVT OFFICIALSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  20. 20. CLTS WORKSHOPKhirala CommunityParticipates!www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  21. 21. WELCOME & INTRODUCTION …& SOUND CHECK!www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  22. 22. CLTS WORKSHOP BEGINS Slideshow of pix showing the‘focus of conversation’projected to kick start theworkshop!www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  23. 23. CLTS WORKSHOPwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  24. 24. QUANTIFYING THE PROBLEMwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  25. 25. QUANTIFYING THE PROBLEMwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  26. 26. DISCUSSING & ENGAGING ABOUT THE PROBLEMwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  27. 27. GETTING READY TO MAP THE PROBLEMwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  28. 28. MAPPING THE HOUSES & KEY VILLAGE LANDMARKSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  29. 29. MAPPING THE LOCAL WATERWAYS & ROADSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  30. 30. MAPPING THE LOCAL WELLSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  31. 31. MAPPING THE PROBLEM WITH YELLOW MARKER!www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  32. 32. THE PROBLEM MAPPED FOR VISUAL EFFECT!www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  33. 33. THE PROBLEM QUANTIFIED!www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  34. 34. TAKING THE PLEDGEClosing Session of the CLTSWorkshopwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  35. 35. VILLAGERS WRITING OUT THEIR PLEDGE TO MAKETHE VILLAGE OPEN DEFACATION FREEwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  36. 36. VILLAGERS SIGNING THE PLEDGE TO MAKE THEVILLAGE OPEN DEFACATION FREEwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  37. 37. THE VILLAGE PLEDGE!www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  38. 38. FOLLOW UP ACTIONSImmediate follow up is criticalto the success of CLTSwww.globalfoodrelief.weebly.com
  39. 39. FOLLOW UP ACTIONS Meeting with self nominated village champions todevelop an action plan. Clean up day in the Village to do a collective clean upand promote the CLTS Pledge throughout the village.www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  40. 40. ACTION PLANNINGMEETINGFollow up Action # 1www.globalfoodrelief.weebly.com
  41. 41. WOMEN & GIRL CHAMPIONS @ ACTION PLANNINGwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  42. 42. WOMEN & GIRL CHAMPIONS @ ACTION PLANNINGwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  43. 43. MEN & BOY CHAMPIONS @ ACTION PLANNINGwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  44. 44. www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  45. 45. MEN & BOY CHAMPIONS @ ACTION PLANNINGwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  46. 46. MEN & BOY CHAMPIONS @ ACTION PLANNINGwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  47. 47. OUTCOMES OF THE ACTION PLAN MEETINGwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  48. 48. THE ACTION PLANwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  49. 49. SHARING THE ACTION PLANS OF KHIRALA WITHDISTRICT OFFICIALSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  50. 50. CLEAN UP DAY & CLTSPLEDGE PROMOTIONFollow up Action # 2www.globalfoodrelief.weebly.com
  51. 51. PROMOTING THE PLEDGEwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  52. 52. www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
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  62. 62. GLOBAL “FOOD-N-FUN”CONNECTCelebrating & WelcomingChange!www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  63. 63. www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  64. 64. www.globalfoodrelief.weebly.com
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  76. 76. NEXT STEPSwww.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  77. 77. WHERE TO FROM HERE……..? Village Champions have developed an action plan forcampaigning CLTS and building shared and public toilets. GFR is funding the staff time to facilitate champions meetingon a weekly basis, liaising between community & governmentofficials and progressing the CLTS implementation. Community has been provided with info on low cost andappropriate toilet design options to choose from. Local NGO will liaise with Govt. officials to organise fundingwhere applicable. Govt. officials committed to providing support where applicable. Once the community achieves the total sanitation goal – GFR iscommitted to facilitating the next item on the Khirala VillageVision statement.www.GlobalFoodRelief.org
  78. 78. IT IS ONLY THEBEGINNINGwww.GlobalFoodRelief.orgof community-led development

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