Using ‘Dialogue Circles’ for Inclusive Sanitation in Malawi

May 2018

Thokozani Alinafe Kaitane talks about using a ‘Dialogue Circles’ approach to ensure that vulnerable community members such as those living with disabilities or illnesses, pregnant woman and elderly people are included in planning for sustainable sanitation in Malawi. Thokozani is a WASH Programme Manager at Plan International.

This interview was filmed at the East and Southern Africa Regional Sharing and Learning Workshop on CLTS and Rural Sanitation 16 – 20 April 2018, Arusha, Tanzania. The event was organised by the Sanitation Learning Hub with support from SNV Tanzania, and it was funded by SIDA.

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PublisherInstitute of Development Studies
RegionSouthern Africa
ThemesDisability, Leave no one behind, Older people

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