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Comprehensive Social Protection Programming: What is the Potential for Improving Sanitation Outcomes?

Institute of Development Studies
Institute of Development Studies
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Case Studies | Evaluations and Research

This paper begins to fill this knowledge gap by assessing the potential for comprehensive social protection in addressing sanitation outcomes and drawing out policy implications for the social protection and WASH communities. It does so by focusing on a social protection program in the context of extreme poverty in rural Haiti. Findings suggest that a comprehensive social protection intervention such as the Chemen Lavi Miyò program has the potential to change access to sanitation and sanitation practices.