Comprehending practitioners' assessments of community-led total sanitation.

@article{Ficek2018ComprehendingPA,
  title={Comprehending practitioners' assessments of community-led total sanitation.},
  author={Franti{\vs}ek Ficek and Josef Novotn{\'y}},
  journal={Health promotion international},
  year={2018}
}
Around 2.3 billion people in developing countries still lack access to improved sanitation facilities and almost one billion practice open defecation (OD). The Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) has recently become a particularly popular approach used in more than 60 countries. CLTS is a behavior-change approach that aims to ignite community action and make OD socially unacceptable without providing any external financial or material support to individual households. CLTS is sometimes… 

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