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WSSCC Rapport Annuel 2009

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En 2009, le WSSCC a commencé à contrôler et à évaluer son travail de façon plus systématique. L’ensemble des programmes de l’organisation vise non seulement à réaliser des activités mais également à œuvrer pour un impact positif sur la vie des personnes. Le WSSCC s’efforce d’apporter un changement qui se mesure soit par un certain nombre d’idées innovatrices en matière d’assainissement et d’hygiène répandues et reconnues, soit par la reconnaissance de l’importance de l’assainissement et l’hygiène, ou encore par un nombre plus élevé de ressources et d’institutions poursuivant des politiques progressistes ou soutenant les efforts d’assainissement et d’hygiène. En tant que leader de concertation dans les secteurs de l’assainissement, de l’hygiène et de l’approvisionnement en eau, le WSSCC collabore avec différents partenaires qui visent à aider un grand nombre de personnes démunies à atteindre un accès durable à l’assainissement de base et à l’eau et à adopter de bonnes pratiques de l’hygiène.
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WSSCC Annual Report 2009

WSSCC General
In 2009, WSSCC remained at the centre of global leadership on sanitation and hygiene, continuing the organizational transformation initiated in 2007. That transformation is to grow and focus on sanitation while contributing to the collective global leadership in sanitation and water by working at the interface between the professional and political spheres. The whole range of activities have been aimed at supporting the work of those at community, regional, country and global levels who are committed to improving access to sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene.
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Facilitating “Hands-on” Training Workshops For Community-Led Total Sanitation: A Trainers’ Training ...

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Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) has a huge potential for addressing the rural sanitation situation in developing countries, enhancing human well-being, and contributing to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Spreading rapidly in many countries and regions, the demand for facilitators and trainers of facilitators far exceeds the supply of trainers. "Hands-On” Training Workshops For Community-Led Total Sanitation" is an indispensable guide that meets the requirements of the trainers of CLTS facilitators, future CLTS trainers who are not yet experienced CLTS facilitators, and trainers who wish to train trainers of CLTS facilitator. It guide describes training methodologies that focus on training good facilitators along with supplying tips on how to train trainers of facilitators. These can be found within its three comprehensive parts: Part 1 introduces the CLTS terminology, scope and purpose. Part 2 describes the detailed steps of the proposed training methodology and process. Part 3 provides additional background information and references to the steps described in Part 2.Faciliter les ateliers de formation sur le terrain pour l’assainissement total piloté par la communauté (ATPC)Hindi - Facilitating “Hands-on” Training Workshops For Community-Led Total Sanitation: A Trainers’ Training Guide
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WSSCC Informe Anual 2009

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Este informe describe las muchas maneras en que los miembros, las coaliciones y la secretaría del Consejo de Colaboración para el Abastecimiento de Agua y Saneamiento (WSSCC) con sede en Ginebra trabajaron en 2009.
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Hand Washing Practice in ASEH Project Area – A Study for Impact Monitoring

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This study examines the status and benefits of hand washing with cleaning agents at five critical times as part of the Advancing Sustainable Environmental Health (ASEH) project. It was the third part of a longitudinal study of a project in rural and urban areas of Bangladesh with an earlier baseline (2004) and mid-term impact study (2007). It was designed using an iterative Cluster Sampling Technique. The study reveals that knowledge about critical hand washing times increased significantly in both rural and urban areas at all five critical hand washing times, except for two critical times related to children in rural areas. Of respondents in rural and urban areas, 27% and 63% respectively have knowledge about all five critical times. Hand washing at these critical times increased in rural and urban areas, with the exception of hand washing before feeding young children in rural areas. Notably, 27% of people in rural and 32% of people in urban areas reported washing their hands properly at all five critical times. This paper was presented at the Hygiene Practitioners Workshop, Dhaka, Bangladesh, February 2010.
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Effective Hygiene Behaviour Change Programming – Messages from the South Asia Hygiene Practitioners ...

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In February 2010, during a workshop organized by BRAC, WaterAid, IRC and the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, 50 hygiene practitioners and researchers from South and South East Asia came to together to share lessons learned, and discuss progress and challenges in promoting hygienic behaviours. Eighteen papers were presented and discussed, representing a range of experiences. Considerable progress has been made in research, in improving knowledge about hygiene, and, partially, in improving hygienic practices. In five of the programmes represented at this workshop, hygiene promotion is being implemented at scale with more than one million people. The detailed discussions led to nine recommendations, presented on the document. The papers of the workshop can be found in our resource section.
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Public Funding for Sanitation – The many faces of sanitation subsidies

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Sanitation is one of the most significant development challenges of our time. Over 700 million Indians are forced to defecate in the open, and in Africa the number of people without sanitation has actually grown in the past decade. There is little doubt that better financing is required, along with better ways of spending the money, addressing what really needs to be done. This distinct lack of funds means a clear understanding of the entire pattern of public financial assistance and subsidies available is crucial. In a response to requests from National WASH Coalitions, WSSCC compiled this resource for all those who work in sanitation and seek sustainable and effective strategies for delivering sanitation to those who need it most. Pulling together the latest thinking and knowledge on sanitation financing, this primer aims to clarify the terminology and language used in the debate about public financing of sanitation and subsidies in particular.En réponse aux demandes de Coalitions nationales WASH, nous avons compilé des réflexions et connaissances sur le financement de l’assainissement et nous nous sommes particulièrement consacrés au sujet parfois brûlant des subventions destinées à l’assainissement. Ce manuel d’introduction a pour objectif d’aider le lecteur à comprendre le débat mondial sur les subventions et le financement de l’assainissement, et de fournir quelques conseils sur la manière de sélectionner les systèmes de financement les plus appropriés dans différentes situations. En outre, il vise à clarifier la terminologie et le langage utilisés dans le débat sur le financement public de l’assainissement et des subventions en particulier. Ce document aborde la fourniture de l’assainissement de base dans des contextes ruraux et urbains, et traite donc de la prise en compte du financement de l’assainissement local et d’un réseau d’évacuation des égouts dans des zones urbaines.
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WSSCC Rapport Annuel 2008

WSSCC General
Plus d’un tiers de la population mondiale, soit 2.5 milliards de nos semblables, vivent sans assainissement adéquat. Le WSSCC a commencé sa transformation en 2007, avec la décision délibérée de concentrer la majorité de ses efforts sur l’assainissement et l’hygiène. En 2008 ce mandat est devenu une réalité de manière logique et expansive. De grands pas en avant ont été faits par le WSSCC afin d’atteindre son objectif de parvenir à un approvisionnement en eau ainsi qu’à un assainissement durables pour tous. Sa stratégie est de se développer, de se concentrer sur l’assainissement et d’équilibrer les activités complémentaires de réseaux et gestion des connaissances, de plaidoyer et communication ainsi que du programme de financement. Le WSSCC a réalisé l’ensemble de ces objectifs en 2008, par un rythme accéléré et une vision plus claire.
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