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Community Leave No One Behind: Lessons from a Pilot

Published on 1 July 2021

In 2020, WSSCC’s India Support Unit (now UNOPS) piloted a new participatory approach called Community Leave No One Behind (CLNOB) to support the Swachh Bharat Mission Grameen (SBM-G) Phase II.

The pilot took place in five districts in India (Mirzapur in Uttar Pradesh, Ranchi in Jharkhand, Kamrup in Assam, South 24 Paragnas in West Bengal and Purnea in Bihar). A Prerak (facilitator) was appointed in each district to support this process and work within villages at community level.

The Sanitation Learning Hub supported an accompanying learning component of the pilot, facilitating learning sessions between the preraks and the development of a Handbook based on the experience.

This learning brief outlines the purpose of CLNOB, the actions generated by the pilot and our reflections of the CLNOB approach. The CLNOB Handbook, a handbook on Community Leave No One Behind, accompanies this Learning Brief. CLNOB was designed to ensure a participatory method to enable sustained access to safely managed sanitation facilities for people who have been ‘left behind’ or left out of the first phase of India’s national sanitation campaign.

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Correct citation: Iyer, R., Shukla, J.P., and Verma, A., (2021) ‘Community Leave No One Behind: Lessons from a Pilot’ Sanitation Learning Hub Learning Brief 10, Brighton: IDS DOI: 10.19088/SLH.2021.014

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published by
UNOPS India
isbn
978-1-78118-830-9
language
English

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The Sanitation Learning Hub
Region
India

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