|Title||Supporting community-based volunteers as a strategy for enabling disability inclusion: lessons learnt from a peri-urban WASH project in Zimbabwe.|
|Year of Publication||2017|
|Keywords||Disability, Inclusion, WASH, Zimbabwe|
This case study draws on evidence and experience from World Vision’s inclusive Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) project in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe. It shares lessons learnt by World Vision and CBM Australia – which was a technical partner in the project – in strengthening disability inclusion in the project, in particular by establishing and supporting a network of volunteers at the community level who act as local champions and focal points for gender equity and disability inclusion issues.