Community-led total sanitation in Niger

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The village of Tilla in Niger has raised the bar on cleanliness and hygiene. A sanitation committee is in charge of galvanizing and promoting the village's overall health and cleanliness, making specific members responsible for different priorities. Each family now has a functional and well-maintained latrine. With neither subsidy nor financial incentive, all the heads of households built latrines with locally available materials, such as bricks and clay dried in the sun, called banco.

A family living in a clean, neat, and pleasant compound with a latrine and a handwashing station.
Publication Date 
April 2017
Authors 
Project staff
Resource Type 
Success Stories
Regions/ Countries 
Language 
English