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Activating field-level CLTS stakeholders in Chikwina

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Case study on how various field level stakeholders interact to promote CLTS in their villages, based on the experience in Chikwina Health Centre in Nkhata Bay District
The study looked at Traditional Leaders, Health Surveillance Assistants (HSAs, extension staff for health) and Natural Leaders as stakeholders in the CLTS process. Problems identified by the study include the absence of role definitions for key CLTS players and the lack of regular follow-ups during the post-triggering period. It presents ideas and recommendations to address these issues.
By Vivian Mau, Juniro Fellow 2011, Malawi Water and Sanitation Team, EWB Canada

Date: 5 January 2012