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Evaluation of the WASH Sector Strategy “Community Approaches to Total Sanitation” (CATS)

rapport Mar 2014 ; 101 pages
Aut. Julie Aubriot & Andy Cotton & Béatrice Keller & Derko Kopitopoulos & Na’a kin Pintado & Rebecca Scott & Hans Spruijt & Bruno Valfrey
Ed. UNICEF - New York
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In the context of the recent evolution of the sanitation sector, CATS can be seen in a twofold way: as a move from technically based, supply-driven approaches toward behavior change, demand-driven approaches; and also as a recognition of the centrality of the adoption of a new social norm around ending open defecation as a key issue to be addressed, with impact on and linkages with other sectors.
The purpose of this evaluation was to evaluate UNICEF’s experience in understanding and implementing Community Approaches to Total Sanitation (CATS), with a particular emphasis on the period from 2008 to the present.
It was to do so by examining the strengths and weaknesses of its application in UNICEF programming and by analyzing how it connects with and builds upon related sanitation approaches.

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ATPC Assainissement Total Piloté par la Communauté (CI) (DT) (OP) , évaluation, impacts (CI) (DT) (OP)


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