Our School Activity Collection assembles various activities on the vital topics of WASH, energy conservation, biodiversity and waste management.
Oxfam Fighting Cholera and Typhoid through, WASH Market Based Approaches.
Global WASH Cluster (2016)
Market based programming is increasingly heralded as having a critical place in the future of humanitarian programming. The proposed benefits of working through existing market systems include improvements to speed, efficiency and effectiveness of programming and increased beneficiary dignity and choice. Advocates for market based approaches claim that, where feasible, they promote economic …
Water Sector Trust Fund (2017)
Introduction of the Water Sector Trust Fund: description of their activities and achievements in terms of number of projects and beneficiaries.
WASTE Netherlands, IFS (2017)
The Institute for Fiscal Studies, in collaboration with WASTE, organized the conference “Beyond Development Aid: Sanitation Financing & Revenue Models in Reuse (human) Waste” in The Hague, Netherlands, the 15th of May 2017.
This conference brought together from different parts of the world; academics, practicioners and policymakers with the aim to generate knowledge regarding sanitation …
Durrans, S. (2017)
This policy brief highlights the SHARE Consortium’s contribution to the knowledge base on microfinance for sanitation. The brief defines sanitation microfinance and summarises research conducted in India and Tanzania. It then discusses the research gaps that still exist and provides recommendations for improving policies and programmes on microfinance for sanitation globally.
India Sanitation Coalition (2017)
This compendium is an initial collection of case studies on sanitation initiatives, and highlights how companies are engaging in the sector and supporting the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) launched by Prime Minister Modi. These interventions show how CSR spends are increasingly being used in sanitation. It is very encouraging to see how these companies have developed thoughtful projects to support …
Various authors (0)
The following resources are hosted on sanitation-marketing.org and therefore not provided by SuSanA.
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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Saxena, S., Nath, V., Shahpuri, A., Bauer, M. (2017)
- Why Sanitation
- Defined Forms of Engagement
- Investing Strategically into Sanitation
- The Role of the India Sanitation Coalition
Jacob, N., von Falkenhausen, A., Bauer, M. (2017)
Under the umbrella of the SuSanA Indian Chapter, the India Sanitation Coalition in partnership with SuSanA, held a four-week thematic discussion on exploring opportunities and challenges of corporate engagement in sanitation. This synthesis is a summary of all topics discussed in the forum about corporate engagement.
The discussion not only focussed on corporate engage-ment via Corporate Social …
Hague, J. (2016)
In 2016 the Toilet Board Coalition ran a feasibility study to explore the potential role of sanitation in the circular economy. The following questions were at the centre of our inquiry:
• Are there products or materials of value being upcycled from toilet resources?
• Are there scalable business models to deliver sustainable supply of these products to the market?
• Is there …
Brossard, S., Graf, J., Kayser, O. (2015)
The past decades have seen a growing appreciation of the role of market-based approaches in driving global development. Many coalitions of public and private players have emerged to promote them. How best to trigger and support these market-based approaches? How to leverage the expertise and resources of diverse members in coalitions? This paper presents insights from the Toilet Board Coalition …
Milles, P., Shah, N., Fentem, J. (2013)
Unilever believes that business has a role to play in solving the global sanitation crisis that leaves 2.5 billion people without access to improved sanitation. In 2012, Unilever convened the Toilet Board, a group of likeminded companies, NGOs and research professionals, with expertise in sanitation and a desire to take immediate action to address this issue. The Toilet Board aims to foster …
Northover, H., Ryu, S., Brewer, T. (2015)
This paper sets out findings from WaterAid’s research in East Asian states on the political economy of sanitation and hygiene services that delivered total coverage within a generation. The purpose of this research is not to claim blueprints for success – the specifics of each case show the contextual nature of sanitation transformation. However, the intention is to galvanise and frame the …
This library entry contains key documents involved in the implementation of the UBSUP programme, from the social marketing for improved toilet at household level to the construction and operation of the sanitation infrastructures (toilet and Decentralised Treatment Facility). Note that more documents are available on the SafiSan toolkit located in the WSTF website, see link below.
As an …
Post, V., Athreye, V. (2016)
The Financing Sanitation Paper Series is a unique collection of six articles about different aspects of sustainable financing of sanitation (in emerging markets) - from financial inclusion to private funding and from micro insurance to climate financing. “The essence of public and private funding for sanitation” is the second in a series of six papers on sustainable financing of sanitation.
Post, V., Athreye, V. (2015)
The Financing Sanitation Paper Series is a unique collection of six articles about different aspects of sustainable financing of sanitation (in emerging markets) - from financial inclusion to private funding and from micro insurance to climate financing.
Various authors (2013)
The Springfield Centre (2014)
Abeysuriya, K. et al. (2014)
Graf, J., Kayser, O., Brossard, S. (2014)
This Report was prepared in close collaboration with and in support of the work of the Toilet Board Coalition. Hystra , through this publication, aims to provide strategies and solutions that tie in with those of the Toilet Board Coalition, by providing insights and recommendations about promising initiatives and business models, and how to accelerate and replicate them.
The report analyses …
Evans, B., van der Voorden, C., Peal, A. (2009)
WSP, IFC (2013)
Wall, K., Ive, O. (2013)
Davies, W. (2015)
Schaub-Jones, D. (2012)
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