|Title||Annual Plan 2014 of the Pan-Africa Programme|
|Year of Publication||2014|
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By the end of June 2013 the Pan-Africa Programme has been running for three and a half years. The programme is reaching momentum and overall progress has been good. A total of 918 rural communities and 392 schools have gained the ODF status. As a result 1.403.516 people have gained access to sanitation and have improved their hygiene practices. Based on the experiences of these three and a half years, it is clear that CLTS is more than an approach to improve access to sanitation services. It has become a powerful community empowerment and development tool which improves the health and well-being of communities, lifting them out of poverty.