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New £1 million Comic Relief project launches

This week sees the launch of an exciting new £1 million project to deliver clean water and improved sanitation to 95,000 people in Kisumu, Kenya.

Funded by Comic Relief, it will use CLTS (Community Led Total Sanitation) approaches that were applied successfully in the ‘Realising the Right to Total Sanitation’ (RRTS) project in Nakuru, also funded by Comic Relief.

8 February 2016

Realising the Right to Total Sanitation

Read the final report from (RRTS) project in Nakuru, which shows what was achieved at scale in Nakuru for people like Jesna, Nafula, Wilson and Anthony.

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Improved toilets

Some of the world’s poorest people are those who live in slums, Practical Action is working to install effective sanitation in these areas

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Goal 3: Urban Services: Water, Sanitation and Waste Management Services

To increase access to basic services such as adequate water and sanitation facilities, functional storm water, effluent drainage and solid waste management.

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