Sustainability of Open Defecation Free campaign in GSF supported Programme Districts, Nepal

WSSCC's Global Sanitation Fund Programme in Nepal was launched in October 2010. Under the guidance of the National Sanitation and Hygiene Coordination Committee (NSHCC), and the leadership of local governments, UNHabitat is executing the programme in Nepal in 19 districts. This independent study investigates the sustainability of interventions.

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Authors: Bikas Shrot Kendra Publication Date: 2017 Publisher: UNHABITAT No. of Pages: 25

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