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The Effectiveness Of Community Volunteers In Improving Sanitation Practices In Nambale Sub-county, Busia, Kenya
Sanitation coverage in Kenya is low.13% of rural Kenyans practise open defecation and a further 45% use unhygienic toilets. In 2010 the Ministry of Health, Kenya adopted the CLTS approach driven by volunteers to accelerate access to sanitation. The purpose of this research was to assess the level of increased sanitation attained through the influence of community volunteers (CV), and characteristics that make them effective. A mixed method design was used for the study that had 362 respondents from 38 villages in Nambale. The study also included 38 CVs, 4 ward administrators and 4 public health officers. The quantitative part with households used semi structured questionnaires.
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