“Solid and Liquid Waste management in rural areas – a technical note”, which have been developed and published by the Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation (DDWS), Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD) with support from the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). This technical note presents some cost effective technologies of solid and liquid waste disposal and recycling with detailed scientific inputs.
" Practical Guide to Triggering Community-Led Total Sanitation", written by Kamal Kar and published in November 2005 by the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, UK, is a practical guide is for use by frontline extension staff, based on experience of facilitating CLTS in at least eight different countries in South and South East Asia and in East Africa.
“Sanitation and Cleanliness for a Healthy Environment”, addresses the different sanitation and hygiene needs of women and men. It gives communities information about how significant sanitation improvements can be made by better use of indigenous skills and local resources. Communities are offered a choice of affordable, safe, and environmentally sound sanitation alternatives. This booklet is designed to be an important part of a community-based initiative, stimulating communities to take charge of their sanitation development for a better life.
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