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Nov 30, 2014

Latrine Project Implementation - Lesson Plan (LDC)

This lesson introduces a framework to implement a sustainable and successful sanitation project. A familiar product, like a mobile phone, is used to illustrate how the components of the project framework can be applied. Example sanitation case studies from different regions are also provided to illustrate the project framework. There is an optional activity for participants to share their planned or current project in terms of the project framework. As well, there is an optional activity to discuss how gender fits into the different components of implementing a project.

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