Strengthening gender and social inclusion in Lao PDR’s sanitation and hygiene programmes

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Ensuring that potentially disadvantaged people have voice, influence, and leadership roles in decision-making spaces is critical to achieve the Government of Lao PDR’s goal for universal access to sanitation and hygiene by 2030. This learning brief presents insights from an SNV baseline survey undertaken in 2019, in partnership with CARE to inform equitable, universal, and sustainable sanitation and hygiene service delivery in Lao PDR.

This Learning Brief is based on baseline data collected as part of SNV in Lao PDR’s Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All Programme, with support from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Water for Women Fund. The analysis was led by Claire Rowland with support from Gabrielle Halcrow and Le Huong (SNV), and was reviewed by Asahel Bush (CBM Australia). It was edited by Anjani Abella (SNV) and designed by Crunchy Frog.

Beyond the Finish Line - SSH4A in Lao PDR SSH4A in Lao PDR aims to progress access and use of safely managed sanitation and hygiene by 2022 that directly benefits over 200,000 people in the three districts of Savannakhet Province: Atsaphone, Champhone and Phalanxay.

Claire Rowland with support from Gabrielle Halcrow and Le Huong (SNV), and was reviewed by Asahel Bush (CBM Australia). It was edited by Anjani Abella (SNV) and designed by Crunchy Frog.

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