Plan International carried out research on sustainability of Open Defecation Free (ODF) communities in their programmes in Ethiopia, Kenya, Sierra Leone and Uganda. The study investigated results where CLTS had been triggered and communities declared ODF two or more years before the study commenced.… Read More

The Action Plan for waste mangement in Bo proposes specific objectives, activities, time frame, responsibilities and products in Part A. Part B presents the diagnosis and planning solutions that will direct the path of waste management in Bo city from 2014 – 2020.… Read More

“The MOHS, UNICEF Sierra Leone, Plan International and partners formally initiated the Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) in 2008 as part of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Programme. The United Kingdom government through UKAid (formerly DFID) has been the major funder for the CLTS component. CLTS is a community empowerment approach that ignites a change in sanitation behaviour through the construction and use of latrines.”… Read More

This document is a Briefing Paper presenting the 6-month research project “Sustained environmental health improvements in Freetown through Faecal Sludge Management enterprises” which aims at significantly increasing the amount of safely disposed faecal sludge and improving public health in Freetown by developing public/private partnerships models for the Freetown City Council (FCC).… Read More