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CLTS is theme for Commonwealth Queens Baton Relay in Solomon Islands

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World Vision helped to kick off the Commonwealth Queens Baton relay in the capital of Solomon Islands, yesterday together with UNICEF. The Honiara leg of the relay began outside of the capital at Kakabona beach where a number of children from a World Vision Area Program community, Lord Howe community, gathered together to sing with World Vision staff about improving health and sanitation around Honiara. Following the performance the children passed the baton over to officials and the relay commenced.
UNICEF, as a partner with the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, has chosen community led total sanitation (CLTS) as one of the themes for the Queen Baton Relay in the Solomon Islands. World Vision, as an organisation implementing CLTS in the Solomon Islands, is the preferred partner of UNICEF to advocate against open defecation in the Solomon Islands.
Read more in the Solomon Star, 12th November 2013

Date: 21 November 2013
Solomon Islands