Our School Activity Collection assembles various activities on the vital topics of WASH, energy conservation, biodiversity and waste management.
World Health Organization (2017)
Medium- and long-term planning for an adequate and safe supply of drinking-water should be set in the context of growing external uncertainties arising from changes in the climate and environment. The water safety plan (WSP) process offers a systematic framework to manage these risks by considering the implications of climate variability and change.
This document provides guidance on how …
TERI University (2017)
The report aims to be a comprehensive collection and analysis of past and current policies and programmes and provides insights into the reasons for several gaps that become apparent when the sector is viewed holistically. The extensive review of international, national, and state-level reports draws upon a rich collection of secondary literature.
A series of stakeholders’ consultation …
Ministry of Urban Development (Government of India) (2014)
This publication summarizes the background, vision and sanitation policy issues in India that are adressed with the National Urban Sanitation Policy by the Ministry of Urban Development. It also provides draft frameworks, e.g. for City Sanitation Plans or developing state sanitation strategies.
Stockholm International Water Institute (2016)
In 2016 the World Water Week (WWW) brought together leading experts from around the world to discuss and share the latest experiences on planning urban sanitation in two sessions convened by WaterAid, UNDP-SIWI Water Governance Facility, GIZ, SuSanA, and the World Bank. This policy brief synthesises the key lessons and recommendations that grew out of that encounter, calling for more flexible and …
ISF-UTS, SNV (2016)
Cities are clear examples of complex and rapidly changing systems, particularly in countries where urban population growth and economic development continue apace, and where the socio-political context strongly influences the directions taken. The concept of double-loop learning can be usefully applied to city sanitation planning. This paper prompts practitioners, policy-makers and development …
Bright-Davies, L. et al. (2016)
This City Sanitation Planning (CSP) package approach for Dar es Salaam was created in response to the need for a simple, fast and flexible tool for determining “which sanitation solutions go where”. CSP has the following advantages:
• Can keep up with rapid urban growth and is fast to update as new data (e.g. satellite imagery, open-street maps, etc.) becomes available
• Broad and …
Various authors (2015)
This library entry contains background documents for work that the African Water Facility is carrying out and which is co-funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Further information is also available on the SuSanA discussion forum, see link below.
The purpose of the project is to improve the living conditions of the non-sewered urban-poor in Africa through provision of affordable …
Galli, G., Nothomb , C., Baetings, E. (2014)
Panesar et al. (2015)
Strande, L., Ronteltap, M., Brdjanovic, D. (Eds.) (2014)
Dillon, L. B. et al. (2013)
Providing adequate water supply and sanitation, particularly in urban areas, is a challenging task for governments throughout the world. This task is made even more difficult due to predicted dramatic global changes. Population growth, urbanisation, increasing industrialisation, climate change and a steep increase in water consumption are putting pressure on urban water resources. In order to …
Keipp, W., Schuen, R., Hoffmann, H. (2013)
McConville, J., Wittgren, H. B. (eds) (2014)
Various authors (2012)
Homeless International (2011)
Barreto Dillon, L., Buzie, C. (2008)
Potter, A. (2011)
Ecosan Club (ed.) (2011)
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