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WASH

Access to WASH includes safe water, adequate sanitation and hygiene education. This can reduce illness and death, and also reduce poverty and improve socio-economic development.

UNICEF and Social Vision Services (SVS) worked jointly on WASH activities in Ayeyarwaddy Division after Nargis Cyclone. The aim of the project is to provide humanitarian assistance to children for their basic pre and primary education. SVS team will implement the project with local volunteers supported technical and monitoring from external sources (UN agencies, INGOs). SVS has good relationship in both (Non-Government Controlled Area, Government Controlled Area). SVS will closely coordinate with Local Authorities, UN agencies, INGOs, LNGOs and VDC from targeted villages.

At the heart of CLTS lies the recognition that merely providing toilets does not guarantee their use, nor result in improved sanitation and hygiene. Earlier approaches to sanitation prescribed high initial standards and offered subsidies as an incentive.At the heart of CLTS lies the recognition that merely providing toilets does not guarantee their use, nor result in improved sanitation and hygiene. Earlier approaches to sanitation prescribed high initial standards and offered subsidies as an incentive.At the heart of CLTS lies the recognition that merely providing toilets does not guarantee their use, nor result in improved sanitation and hygiene. Earlier approaches to sanitation prescribed high initial standards and offered subsidies as an incentive.

In Southern Shan Region

Social Vision Services is now implementation of CLTS activities in Pekon Township and Hsihseng Township of Taunggyi District and Maukmai Township of Langkho District , Southern Shan Region.

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Peace process in Kayin State, Myanmar

Peace process to Non-state actors in Non-Government Controlled Area, Kayin State, Myanmar

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Oaktwin Township, Bago Region

At the heart of CLTS lies the recognition that merely providing toilets does not guarantee their use, nor result in improved sanitation and hygiene. Earlier approaches to sanitation prescribed high initial standards and offered subsidies as an incentive.

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Memorandum of Agreement Signing Ceremony

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World Toilet Day celebration held in Nay Pyi Taw

World Toilet Day celebration took place at MICC-II in Nay Pyi Taw on Monday 19th November 2018. This year's theme " When Nature Calls ".

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World Water Day celebration held in Nay Pyi Taw

World Water Day celebration took place at MICC-II in Nay Pyi Taw on Thursday 22nd February 2018. This year’s theme “Nature for Water” intends to explore how people can use nature to overcome the challenges of the 21st Century.

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