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Making Sanitation Work: The Bangladesh Story

Monday, May 19, 2014

The Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) has been designing and implementing sanitation marketing in Bangladesh since 2008. It enables consumers to improve their sanitation status, from low-quality, unhygienic latrines to high-quality, hygienic and user-friendly latrines, along with other healthy practices.

In 2009, WSP selected five villages to house pilot projects and used the learning gained through this experience to further develop and refine the program. 

By June 2013, operations had been scaled up to include around 230 villages and support was extended to the Dutch WASH Alliance, International Development Enterprises (IDE), Plan Bangladesh, and the Max Foundation for scale-up.

To find out more about the project details and their success, have a look here.


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