Practical tools and recommended approaches to help sanitation and hygiene practitioners do their work well.
Adaptable, ‘combinable’ learning and sanitation approaches will be essential to end open defecation and meet the increasingly complex challenges of SDG 6.2.
How could you use these approaches in your work?
Context specific and adaptive approaches
Context specific and adaptive ‘umbrella’ approaches are vital in assessing which combination of learning and sanitation approaches are most suitable. Approaches need to be adapted to diverse contexts, to meet local challenges and needs, and to make sure we leave no one behind.read more
Learning approaches >
Explore participatory, action-orientated research and learning approaches we champion and use ourselves, including Rapid Action Learning (RAL) approaches created by the Sanitation Learning Hub.
- Context analysis
- Rapid Action Learning approaches
- Visual methods
- Learning from failure
- Immersive approaches
Sanitation approaches >
Some of the most successful rural and urban sanitation approaches, including area-wide approaches rolling out sanitation programming across larger regions.
Top ten guidance and tools
Our top 10 recommended sanitation and hygiene programme guidance and tools to end open defecation and achieve SDG 6.2.Read more
Frequent and proper handwashing with soap is vital to prevent the spread…
Over the past few years, the Sanitation Learning Hub, in collaboration with…
The following materials on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) have been developed…
This course has been developed to improve rural sanitation programmes and contribute…
This SHARE and WaterAid-funded manual aims to address the knowledge gaps related…
This is a practical guide on how to collect information related to…
The guide provides an introduction to urban water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH)…
A successful city is one where all citizens live productive, healthy and…