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Interested in understanding the mode of operation of CLTS?

December 7, 2018

 

The final report of a project in which CLTS was analyzed using the RANAS approach is now out.

In the project funded by BMGF two cross sectional studies in Cambodia and Mozambique (see News June 8, 2018) and one big field experiment with 3120 households in northern Ghana was conducted. The following research question were addressed in this study:

  1. How do CLTS participants perceive different activities of the CLTS triggering event?

  2. Which factors of the CLTS implementation process are most predictive for CLTS achievements in terms of community’s latrine coverage?

  3. Does CLTS successfully provoke latrine construction and stop open defecation (compared to a control group)?

  4. What are the mechanisms that lead CLTS to success? In terms of psychological determinants and potential moderating factors?

  5. Can CLTS be improved by combining it with evidence-based, behavioral change strategies based on the RANAS-model of behavior change?

  6. Which characteristics of communities describe a fertile ground for CLTS to be most effective in stopping open defecation?

 

Please find here the report:

Determining the effectiveness and mode of operation of Community-Led total Sanitation: The DEMO-CLTS study

 

And here are presentations about the main results:

Presentation: What are the Psycho-Social Mechanisms of CLTS for Latrine Ownership?How Can CLTS be improved? Results of a Cluster-randomized Controlled Trial in Ghana

 

Presentation: Implementation factors enhancing the effectiveness of CLTS on latrine coverage in communities of rural Ghana

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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