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Interviews and Media Stories:
- Q&A: Kamal Kar on ending open defecation (Interview by DEVEX)
- World Toilet Day: Growing momentum for sanitation in Cambodia (Coverage by Al Jazeera)
- Interview with Times of India
- Article by Deepak Sanan published on Millennium Post
- National Consultation on Sustainable Sanitation organised by CSE and published on their website.
- CLTS Foundation covered in this article written by Down to Earth magazine
- CLTS Foundation is covered and mentioned by leading english newspaper of South India – the Deccan Herald.
- CLTS Foundation covered by Your Story, Bangalore.
- CLTS Foundation covered by Business Standard.
- CLTS Foundation in The Water Network.
- Kamal Kar in Foreign Policy magazine’s ‘Top 100 Global Thinkers’ list
- CLTS Foundation’s work in West Bengal covered by The Hindu Business Line english newspaper.
- CLTS Foundation and Kamal Kar quoted in London’s english daily The Guardian.
- Beyond Just Toilets – Global Impact of CLTS – Animation Film by CLTS Foundation
2. Beyond Just Toilets – Fast Tracking an Open Defecation Free India – Part 04
3. Beyond Just Toilets – Fast Tracking an Open Defecation Free India – Part 3
4. Beyond Just Toilets – Fast Tracking an Open Defecation Free India – Part 02
5. Beyond Just Toilets – Fast Tracking an Open Defecation Free India – Part 01
6. NDTV India Special Banega Swachh India- Dr Kamal Kar, Founder,CLTS Foundation, Dec 14, 2014
7. INSTITUTIONAL TRIGGERING PART 2
8. Madagascar Knowledge series – GROWING BENEFITS 2
9. From OD TO ODF 1
10. UNICEF ‘Community Led Total Sanitation’ initiative in Mozambique
11. Kamal Kar, CLTS Foundation at World Water Forum
12. Community Led Total Sanitation in Bangladesh Part 3 of 3
13. Community Led Total Sanitation in Bangladesh Part 2 of 3
14. Community Led Total Sanitation in Bangladesh Part 1 of 3
15. Dr. Kamal Kar on CLTS at World Water Week, Watercube, Stockholm, 2010
16. What is Community-Led Total Sanitation and how does it work? – Interview with expert Kamal Kar – By WSSCC
17. The BMJ – Medical innovations: Shit matters