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Film - audio visual

The last taboo

Documentary about CLTS in Kenya by Tony Steyger: “THE LAST TABOO is not a worthy documentary with a righteous message. Instead it uses humour and sincerity to tell the stories of two remarkable Kenyan men who are helping their local communities to stop defecating in the open and start building toilets. And that’s a tall order when over 6 million Kenyans use the bush rather than the bathroom, in thrall to all sorts of taboos and cultural barriers.”

Call for infectious films: The Golden Poo Awards 2012 Short Film Competition

PooP Creative in association with the London Short Film Festival (LSFF) is launching a competition for short films, which tackle the issue(s) of sanitation and/or hygiene in a catchy, emotive, funny, sensational or “infectious” way. The winning films will form part of the Global Handwashing Day (October 15th) and World Toilet Day (November 19th) awareness-raising campaigns. The campaigns are supported by a wide international coalition of partner organisations, which have a global reach to publicise the importance of good hygiene practice and sanitation. The winning films will be chosen by a panel of industry experts and will be announced in Autumn 2012. They will be screened at the London Short Film Festival in January 2013.

WSP Videos on CLTS in Indonesia

WSP has released three films that look at CLTS and Sanitation Marketing in Indonesia

Unleashing latent demand for sanitation 

Filmed in Indonesia, this video features how Scaling Up Rural Sanitation began campaigns to raise consumer demand for sanitation amid competing priorities among community members. Why would you want to spend 15 percent of your annual income on something that you felt you did not need?

Date: 22 September 2011


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