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Advocacy initiatives from CSOs in Bangladesh leading to significant partnership from the government

Satkhira is one of the vulnerable districts in the south-western coastal part of Bangladesh. Alongside many other environmental hazards, salinity in the surface and groundwater is major challenge while the people suffer a lot with their drinking water.

Improved hygiene behaviour after the training

Rekha Devi, aged 35, is a sanitation worker, living in Krishna Nagar, Unnao in India with 5 members in her family. She is the only earning women in her family and the entire family members are dependent on her income for daily living.

Essentiality to create of influence group for lobby and advocacy

Rilhena village is the settlement with 280 families from a multi-ethnic group of Sinhala, Tamil and Muslim community located in Rilhena GN division in Ratnapur District in Sri Lanka.

Gadri village

The well-known phenomenon of tribal disadvantage especially in Odisha requires constant monitoring to ensure diligent attention to equitable protection of tribal people’s right to life due to lack of adequate empowerment.

Kaitima village

The Kaitima village and its people had seen a lot of violence by the Left-wing extremist, Naxals and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF).

Need to address the sanitation workers’ need

Sooraj Kumar, aged 23, lives with his family of 8 members in Ramnagar, Unnao in India. He has been working as a sanitation worker in private agency and his father is working under the contractor. With both of their income, the family is managing to live their life.

SaTo Technology approriate for hygienic latrine in cold region

Lunana and Laya villages lies in the extreme northwest of the country boardering with tibet and is located at an altitude of above 3400m above sea level. They do not have access to save drinking water, no proper toilet facilities, no bathing and washing services.

Settlements seeking WASH service improvements

The settlements of 45 families who have been working in the tea plantation area known as Homadola Estate located in Udugama, a small town in Galle, Sri Lanka are living in hill area since the generations. Homadola Estate is named after the Homadola stream that flows from the bottom of the hill.

The collective efforts of the people turn their village healthy

Paschim Manoharpur is a remote and poor village located at Manoharpur union of Monirampur upazila under Jessore district of Bangladesh. The village is also a house of more than 115 families comprising 444 people, of whose 244 male and 200 female.

Toilet constructed but worry still remains!

Ms. Sahadevamma is a daily waged worker. She didn’t have toilet in her home. After she received the subsidy worth IRs 15000.00, despite of the enough space in her premises, she constructed a toilet in her home. She felt that the subsidy amount provided to her was adequate for the construction of the toilet. She thought that the outlet of the toilet could be easily connected to the sewerage system. She is now worried that her toilet would get clogged and overflow and the same getting stagnated near his house.

Valuing toilet through an event - Our Toilets, Our Concern

The communities around Muchivolu Zilla Parishad High School of Srikalahasti mandal depend on Livestock rearing and farming for their sustenance. The school and the villages are located in a low rain fall region, area always shortage of water due to low rain fall, it gets worsened by few deep bore wells dug by the landlords which has affected the water tables. Most of the canals and ponds are dried up due to commercial mono cropping culture, while the laborer does not own any land or permanent structures.

Interventions required to improve WASH status in temporary makeshifts camps in Punakha

Lunana and Laya villages lies in the extreme northwest of the country bordering with Tibet and is located at an altitude of above 3400m above sea level. Due to the extreme cold climate during winter, these two communities migrate down to lower altitude valley of Punakha where it is much warmer. They make temporary makeshift camps in open space in the harvested paddy fields and allow free grazing of the horses and mules. In about 32 makeshift camps spread over few villages in Punakha, the approximate population would be around 230 people with an age range of few months old to an elderly of 75 years.