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Tackling Slippage Webinar Resources

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On September 24th 2019 to launch the publication of the new Frontiers of CLTS: Innovations and Insights Tackling Slippage, the Hub hosted a webinar. In the first part of the webinar Sophie Hickling, the author, presented a framework for identifying slippage as well as discussing how slippage is defined and the factors contributing to it. The second half two examples of how slippage is being tackled were presented. We first heard from Louise Maule, WASH Chief, UNICEF Philippines, on their work on the safe disposal of child faeces. Lastly, we heard from Jackson Wandera, Project Officer, Sustainable Sanitation for All Project, SNV Tanzania who presented on Jirani Sanitation Groups and how they are being utilised to sustain ODF status.

The presentations can be found below:

1. Tackling Slippage, Sophie Hickling, MG Africa Consultants
2. Safe Disposal of Child Faeces, Louise Maule, WASH Chief, UNICEF Philippines
3. Jirani Sanitation Groups: Sustaining ODF Status in Tanzania, Jackson Wandera, Project Manager, SSH4A Project, SNV Tanzania

Along with a write up of the audience questions and answers given by the presenters Jackson Wandera and Sophie Hickling.

More information on Jirani Sanitation Groups can be found in this case-study.

Date: 25 September 2019