Demand Led Sanitation in Zimbabwe

This paper explores a methodology that works to develop a “culture of cleanliness” through the establishment of community health clubs. Rather than starting immediately with the implementation of a water and sanitation programme, health education is used as the first point of entry into the project area. Zimbabwe A.H.E.A.D promotes upgradeable sanitation, which sees hygiene consciousness as the most important prerequisite for safe sanitation.

WATERKEYN, J. WATERKEYN, A. (2008): Demand Led Sanitation in Zimbabwe. Cape Town: Zimbabwe Association for Applied Health Education And Development (A.H.E.A.D.) URL [Accessed: 08.08.2012]