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Utilizing Community-Based Registers to Monitor Access

Postby WSP_Scaling_Up » 14 Jun 2011 18:29

Efforts to systematically collect data to monitor sanitation and hygiene conditions at the community-level face many challenges. To address some of these challenges in Tanzania, WSP collaborated with local governments and village-level CLTS committees to implement community-based and managed registers. This Learning Note reports on a validation exercise conducted through a random sampling of sub-villages and households to assess the use of the registers, including the accuracy and frequency of data collection.

Learn more about this and more by visiting http://www.wsp.org/scalingupsanitation.

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