The Cambodia Rural Sanitation and Hygiene Improvement Programme (CRSHIP) aims to increase access to safe sanitation and promote the sustainable practice of key sanitation and hygiene behaviors in rural Cambodia. By identifying opportunities and challenges in real-time, the Learning and Documentation Team (also know as the "Learning and Development team") was introduced in CRSHIP 2.
This video explaining why it is important to have Learning and Development in CRSHIP. Furthermore, it features changes, improvements, and achievements that this sub-grant has done so far within the programme.
In order to truly understand the sanitation and hygiene challenges countries are facing, and how WSSCC – together with its members and partners – can best contribute to positive change, WSSCC recognizes that it should go beyond interviews and surveys and engage in face-to-face discussions. Hence, a series of 17 national consultations in Africa and Asia took place in June and July 2016. These consultations were hosted by the WSSCC National Coordinators and brought together WSSCC members, GSF partners and key actors in the country.
These one day meetings were a key part of the WSSCC 2017-2020 strategy development process and aimed to provide a platform to enable a deeper engagement with WSSCC stakeholders on the future strategic directions of the organization.