– Carried out three workshops to integrate the SABC approach into government programs, including sharing tools on handwashing and tariff payment behaviours.
– Developed and rolled out a strategy to promote WASH products, financial tools and sanitation kits in one of the four small cities participating in Y Kuaa.
– After incorporating lessons learned from previous years, participation of community members to SABC activities increased by 90% when compared with the previous year.
– As part of the COVID-19 response, and due to a good standing relationship with them, supported SENASA’s emergency plan by expanding activities (Access and SABC) to additional 49 rural communities and adapted workshops to a digital format, including stop-motion techniques and interactive audio-visual clips broadcasted via a messaging application.
Fundación Moisés Bertoni
One Drop Foundation, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), The Coca-Cola Foundation and FEMSA Foundation
Japan Special Poverty Reduction Fund, IDB Lab and the Spanish Cooperation
Servicio Nacional de Saneamiento Ambiental de Paraguay (SENASA)
Jakairá, Asociación Cultural Crear en Libertad, Tekoha Audiovisual and Porandu