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Jamie Myers - Research Officer

Participation, Inclusion and Social Change
T: +44 (0)1273 915874
E: j.myers2@ids.ac.uk

Google Scholar URL:
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Jamie joined the Institute of Development Studies in October 2014. He is the Research Officer for the CLTS Knowledge Hub and is engaged in a number of different research areas connected to Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS).

He is currently focusing on CLTS and other sanitation projects using participatory methods in urban communities. Through this work he is identifying common problems and opportunities that can help inform practice of new and existing projects. He is also interested in potential areas of cross-learning between rural and urban practice.

Other research includes rural faecal sludge management and the handling of infant and child faeces. He is also engaged with the Hubs ongoing work on sustainability.

His focus is global and he is interested in all CLTS and similar approaches being used throughout Africa, Asia and the Pacific. Prior to joining IDS he spent time in India conducting qualitative research on rural sanitation in Bihar.

The Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) Hub works in collaboration with practitioners, policymakers, researchers, and others in the development, sanitation and related communities, and in governments, international agencies, civil society, research institutes and other organisations.

More details

This is the front cover to the book, 'Innovations Urban for Sanitation'.

Innovations for Urban Sanitation: Adapting Community-led Approaches

Over half the world’s population now lives in urban areas and a large proportion of them lives without improved sanitation. Efforts to tackle open defecation in rural areas has been led by the Community-led Total Sanitation (CLTS) movement. More details

Supporting the Poorest and Most Vulnerable in CLTS Programmes

Supporting the Poorest and Most Vulnerable in CLTS Programmes

CLTS Knowledge Hub Learning Paper (2017)

This Learning Paper discusses ways the poorest and most vulnerable can be supported both through strengthening the CLTS process and the introduction of support mechanisms. It focuses on strengthening the CLTS process, identifying and targeting people for support, the sequencing of support mechanisms, roles and responsibilities of stakeholders and the different support mechanisms and the associated risks. More details

Waterlines Journal coverpage

Urban Community-Led Total Sanitation: A Potential Way Forward for Co-Producing Sanitation Services

Waterlines 35.4 (2016)

This article explores whether Community-led total sanitation (CLTS) can be used in peri-urban and urban areas to help co-produce sanitation facilities More details

The Addis Agreement: Using CLTS in Peri-urban and Urban Areas

CLTS Knowledge Hub Learning Paper (2016)
IDS publications on international development research

Using a CLTS Approach in Peri-Urban and Urban Environments: Potential at Scale

This note summarises the potentials and limitations of using a CLTS approach in peri-urban and urban environments More details

The Partial Usage of Toilets

22 Feb 2016
By Jamie Myers

The Partial Usage of Toilets

18 Feb 2016
By Jamie Myers

Happy World Toilet Day!

19 Nov 2014
By Jamie Myers

Mentions in the media

The twin pit solution

07 Apr 2017

Thematic Expertise:
Participatory methodologies; Water and Sanitation.

Related Programmes and Centres:
CLTS.