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Report from a training of trainers workshop in Karatu, Tanzania

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Plan Kenya has been providing CLTS capacity support to interested partners to accelerate rural sanitation in and outside Kenya. As a part of this initiative, a five day training of trainers (ToT) was conducted for Catholic Relief Services (CRS) from 18th -22nd March, 2013 in Karatu, Tanzania.

CLTS is not a new approach in Tanzania. However, in Karatu, CLTS was being practiced along with other methodologies like PHAST and PHASE in what is popularly known as the 'Mutumba approach'.  The training was therefore useful in initiating a standard CLTS process as opposed to the 'Mutumba approach' that has been in practice. This new methodology will be adopted by Catholic Relief Services and its partner organizations.

The following report covers details of proceedings of this ToTs workshop.

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Date: 14 May 2013