|Title||Achieving sustained sanitation for the poor : policy and strategy lessons from participatory assessments in Cambodia, Indonesia and Vietnam|
|Year of Publication||2001|
|Pagination||38 p. : photogr., 6 fig., 2 tables|
|Publisher||Water and Sanitation Program - East Asia and the Pacific, WSP-EAP|
|Place Published||Jakarta, Indonesia|
|Keywords||behaviour, cambodia, community participation, indonesia, participatory methods, policies, sanitation, sdiasi, sdipol, viet nam|
Report based on site reports and country data summaries prepared by field research teams in Cambodia, Indonesia and Viet Nam. The study presents communities where sanitation interventions have been successful and learn from them what contributed to the success. It addresses the following questions: what does work for rural sanitation and why. What makes services sustainable and what leads to their effective use by all?
|Custom 1||305.1, 822|