Guidance and Tips: For Learning From People Who May Be Most Disadvantaged During the Programme Process

October 2018

This is a practical guide on how to collect information related to equity and inclusion at community level, and in particular to learn from people who may be disadvantaged.

Particularly useful for Global Sanitation Fund supported programme teams and CLTS
facilitators, this guide:

  • provides insights into the key ethics principles for information gathering and documentation;
  • offers practical qualitative learning and participatory tools;
  • showcases good practice tips for qualitative learning;
  • and includes qualitative information gathering tools, participatory exercises, as well as focus group discussion and interview guides.

Additional details

PublisherWater Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council
ThemesChallenging contexts, Gender, Gender and equity, Leave no one behind, Monitoring, evaluation and learning, Social marginalisation
ApproachesLearning approaches

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