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We have gathered a list of SanMark resources for our Community of Practice to utilise. We would like this to be a shared library where we can assist each other with accessing information. If you would like to share a document, website or video we would all love to hear from you!
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General topics that provide an overview of what SanMark is or speak to the overall SanMark processes. You will also find resources that argue the case for the importance of SanMark.
Rethinking sanitation, UNDP, 2006 (318 KB)more resources »
Resources on financial aspects of implementing SanMark projects – NGO, government or private sector funding and topics on microfinance.
All topics related to demand-side and supply-side elements of SanMark.
Communications tools, effective marketing approaches, sales event guidance and other related topics.
Resources on designing the most effective SanMark products and services. Includes design, costing and pricing, and engineering aspects.
The social, political, environmental and cultural aspects that support or restrain the success of SanMark projects.
Resources relating to the association of SanMark with CLTS and hygiene programs.
Handbook on CLTS, Kar and Chambers, 2008 (2522 KB)more resources »
Here you will find a collection of case studies on SanMark projects around the world. Please also see the Sanitation Marketing Map to find out more.
Links to blogs or websites of organisations practicing SanMark around the world.
SuSana - Sustainable Sanitation Alliancemore resources »
Toolkits, manuals and guidance to assist with the implementation of SanMark activities.
SanMark for Managers, USAID-HIP, 2010 (1818 KB)more resources »
All other related topics.
Sanitation and Health, PLOS, 2010 (206 KB)more resources »
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