Freddy the Fly Campaign Toolkit (EN version)

Freddy the Fly Campaign Toolkit PDF with Tools and Tips to start your own Freddy campaign to end open defecation.

General Information
Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 4 October 2017 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 8

Sticker 2 - download and print these for use at your events and initatives

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 3 October 2017 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Poster 1 of the Freddy the Fly campaign (English version). Please download and print for use with the video in your ODF campaign.

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 3 October 2017 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Social media message 2 - please use with the video: http://bit.ly/2wTaQB5

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 3 October 2017 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Download and print this sticker for use as a 'badge of honour'

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 3 October 2017 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Social media message 1 - please use with the video: http://bit.ly/2wTaQB5

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 3 October 2017 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Poster 2 of the Freddy the Fly campaign (English version)

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 3 October 2017 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

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