This refection paper aims to increase understanding of sanitation and hygiene slippage. It analyses slippage, slippage patterns and impacts and explores methods to monitor and mitigate slippage more intelligently. Following a nuanced, qualitative approach, the authors examine the roles that actors and initiatives play in slippage and preventing slippage. They combine learnings from the Global Sanitation Fund-supported programme in Madagascar with considerations relevant to ODF sustainability.
This report is short and easy to read. It discusses slippage and its mitigations in an interesting and engaging way, and it is a good example of how case studies can contribute to global sector learning.