The Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) is an open international alliance with members who share a common vision on sustainable sanitation and are dedicated to understanding viable and sustainable sanitation solutions. It links on the ground experiences with an engaged community made up of practitioners, policy makers, researchers, and academics from different levels with the aim of promoting innovation and best practices in policy, programming and implementation.
The Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) has an open source library home to more that 1700 publications revolving around the topic of sustainable sanitation. This knowledge resource continues to grow thanks to the contributions from the SuSanA partner organisations. Please contact the SuSanA secretariat if you want to contribute.
The Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) is a global sanitation community and you are invited to join the alliance, contribute ideas, and to become active members in the thematic working groups.
The Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) supports open dialogue through the open discussion forum where shared learning can take place with questions, answers, opinions and experiences being shared among the community members.
Despite intense activities and great achievements in terms of reaching the Millenium Development Goal (MDG) on safe drinking water and basic sanitation, there are still 2.5 billion people in the world that lack access to improved sanitation. Around 1 billion people are still practicing open defecation. The number of deaths that can be contributed to sanitation-related diseases is still on average around 2 million per year of which children under 5 years are the most affected group. SuSanA provides a networking, sharing and knowledge management platform to the actors in sanitation who are working hard to solve the sanitation crisis.
Fruit trees irrigated by grey water in Uganda
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