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One pagers are short write-ups by practitioners of innovations, experiences and ways in which particular challenges have been overcome.

If you would like to write a one pager based on your own experience, please use the format outlined below and remember to make it concise and practical.

  • Title
  • Experience: describe the experience or innovation, what happened,what was done, what challenge was addressed
  • What to do: describe or list the activities
  • Tips: give hints and advice on how best to do this.
  • Relevant publications (if appropriate)
  • Contact (for further information: Full name, position, organisation and email address of person(s) that can give further details on the experience described

One pagers

Community-led Construction of Latrines- Formation of Procurement Committees

The ‘Cat’ Method for Ending Open Defecation Immediately

Introducing Participatory Design into Sanitation Programmes

Review and reflection meetings to enhance scalability and sustainability

Natural Leaders’ Networking

Changing gender roles in CLTS

Using Micro Finance and Village Savings and Loans Schemes in CLTS

Sustainable sub- and superstructures

Action learning for CLTS

Local solutions for dealing with termites

Participatory Follow-Up Tools: The Shit and Shake and Calculating Ingested Shit

Recommendations for Health Surveillance Assistants implementing CLTS in Malawi

The Role of Competitions in Achieving Open Defecation Free Communities in Malawi

Rewards to motivate and sustain the performance of communities and individuals in Sierra Leone

Combining CLTS with an Essential Family Practices programme and using performance bonus for facilitators and Natural Leaders

Urban CLTS in Zambia

The Phasing of CLTS and Sanitation Marketing in Uganda

Linking Participatory Monitoring with Mobile Communication Technology to Monitor Rural Sanitation Progress in East Java

Natural Leaders’ networking

Managing communal latrines

Integrating CLTS with water and livelihood activities

Collective support to marginalised groups

Exploring media opportunities to highlight CLTS

Monitoring and sustainability

Termite-proofing wood used for latrine construction

JMP standards vis-a-vis CLTS experiences

Informal Networking

CLTS in the post-emergency context

Triggering in schools

Creating competition amongst village chiefs

Triggering in Primary Schools in Indonesia

Vigilance by young girls and women: The Gandhian way of persuasion

Using Natural Leaders as Community Consultants

SMS Gateway Monitoring Systems

Date: 23 January 2010