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Shaping the future

Sustainability of sanitation facility is depending on the consistency of CBO’s in conducting operational and maintenance activities.


Aksansi's Field Trip to South Sulawesi

The field trip in January/February 2014 to South Sulawesi was undertaken for three main purposes: Conduct monitoring in nine locations, facilitate the establishment of five new regional Aksansi branches and hold audiences with representatives from the Public Works Department (PU) in eightcities/regencies.


Establishment of a Regional Aksansi Branch in Takalar

On the February 1st, 2014, a meeting with representatives of community-based organizations (CBO) on Community Based Sanitation Program was held in Takalar


Formation of a Regional Aksansi Branch in Barru

On the 25th of January the community-based organisations (CBO) of Community Based Sanitation Program in Barru held a meeting to



Established on 23th November of 2006. AKSANSI (Asosiasi KSM SANITASI Seluruh Indonesia or translated into English The Association of Community Based Organization on Sanitation in Indonesia) served communities in where the CBS programs implemented.



AKSANSI is the Association of Community Based-Organizations (CBOs) on Sanitation in Indonesia.



Audit and Monitoring in North and West Sumatera

DEWATS conducted first audit label 1 to monitor implementation of standard requirements from the technical side (QMS: Quality Management System) of programs in North and West Sumatera, including both outcomes and procedures. Throughout the auditing process, the quality of projects was inspected.

AKSANSI is participating in World Toilet Summit 2013

AKSANSI was participating in the World Toilet Summit 2013 held in Surakrta, Indonesia. AKSANSI Surakarta (also known as Solo) was even involved during the preparation for field visit to see and feel directly the sanitation and toilet condition in Tourist Destination, Communal Toilet and School Sanitation.