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Sustainability of Open Defecation Free Campaign in GSF supported Programme Districts, Nepal

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The Global Sanitation Fund Programme in Nepal is executed by UN-Habitat from October 2010 with aim to support the Government of Nepal (GoN) to accelerate the open defecation free (ODF) campaign and achieve the National Sanitation target of universal sanitation coverage by the year 2017. The programme adopted the key principles of Sanitation and Hygiene Master Plan (NSHMP 2011).

The objective of study
1. To identify whether Households, institutions, and communities in ODF-declared districts continue to use and properly maintain improved toilets and hand washing facilities

2. To explore factors contributing to or obstructing sustainability of ODF and hand washing results including the rates of slippage

3. To identify the benefits of having achieved ODF status and the environmental, health, economic, and social impact of sanitation campaigns, particularly for marginalized groups, women, and children

4. To identify gaps and lessons for improving sanitation campaigns and sustain ODF results

5. To assess the effectiveness of financing mechanisms for sanitation services

Publisher:
UN-HABITAT

Co-Publisher
GON, WSSCC

Year
2017

Language
English

Pages
26