What Do Successful Support Mechanisms Look Like in Practice?

December 2019

This newsletter provides recommendations for introducing additional support mechanisms into rural sanitation programming. It includes great case studies from Vietnam, Zambia and Tanzania where support mechanisms have been successfully combined with community-led processes to support the most disadvantaged people to gain access to sanitation facilities.

This newsletter is inspired by our recent edition of Frontiers: Support Mechanisms to strengthen equality and non-discrimination in rural sanitation (part 2 of 2).

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PublisherInstitute of Development Studies
CountryTanzania, Vietnam, Zambia
ThemesLeave no one behind, Support mechanisms, Sustainability and safely managed sanitation

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