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Through our work, we mainstream the Rights Based Approach to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) services during the consolidation phase in order to increase on beneficiaries’ awareness that accessing WASH services is a right and this shall enable communities to participate fully in planning, monitoring, resource allocation for operation and maintenance (O&M) of WASH facilities and increased lobbying for government to involve stakeholders in coordination of projects through different fora for planning and budgeting and sustainable management of WASH services.

We focus on using innovative approaches and technologies to enable community’s access to sustainable WASH services such as Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) and football for WASH.

The two approaches have been vividly documented as some of the best means to involve youth and children in order to consciously analyse and change their attitudes and practices for improved planning, establishment, use and management of sanitation services for total sanitation.