Nepal and South Asia: Triggering and Sustaining Behavior Change

Event: 3rd Asian Sanitation Dialogue

Nepal and South Asia: Triggering and Sustaining Behavior Change

27 May 2014
Author / Speaker: 
Kishore Thapa, Ministry of Urban Development, Government of Nepal - Email the author | Other materials by the author

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South Asia has attained considerable progress in sanitation over the last 21 years. Though Nepal continues to face some sanitation issues and challenges, the country has adopted triggering mechanisms that sustain behavioral change through the promotion of an inclusive sanitation movement. 

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