Deadline: 10-Mar-2020 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) waterkraan-nieuws-header

The main objective of the assignment is to: Update and consolidate the Water Sector Strategic Development Plan, the National Environmental Sanitation Strategy and Action Plan and other relevant WASH plans and prepare a National WASH Program Document with indicative cost break down and implementation framework for i) rural WASH; ii) urban WASH; iii) institutional development, iv) M&E and v) funding. It is expected that a WASH sector Institutional review will be conducted with considerable overlapping and its findings will inform the WASH program development. This will suggest that the program will have several phases with the first phase focusing on issues requiring immediate attention and the subsequent phases addressing the suggestions from the institutional review.

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Towards a cleaner Bangladesh: Safe water, sanitation, and hygiene for all

Community-Led Total Sanitation might be the greatest Bangladeshi export you’ve never heard of.  In countries across Asia, Africa and lgsp1Latin America, a consensus has emerged that the best approach is Community-Led Total Sanitation, which is widely credited with changing people’s behavior around the world to no longer defecate in the open, which has greatly improved global health.
Bangladeshis can take plenty of pride in these far-away accomplishments. That’s because it is Northern Bangladesh – more specifically the Mosmoil village in Rajshahi district – that pioneered this approach seventeen years ago. Its success at home led to its widespread adoption abroad.

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eConsultant2: Develop Behavior Change Communication (BCC) Campaign for Sanitation and Hygienic Behavior in Vietnam

Deadline: 13-Oct-2015 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

wash-hands-98641_640This assignment is to develop an evidence-based behavior change communication campaign for rural households to install improved toilet and wash their hands with soap, and for students at primary schools and kindergartens to use toilet and wash their hands with soap. It will include a call to action for use across all media used in the campaign.

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Sesame Street at the World Bank – Sanitation & Hygiene

A week ago, on June 17, Sesame Street’s Raya and Count von Count were at the World Bank to talk to policy makers and children alike about the need for toilets, good sanitation, proper hygiene and how children can play a vital role in the behavioral change so desperately needed to make an impact.

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