The Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney (ISF-UTS) leads research and evaluation to inform policy and practice. ISF-UTS is a global leader in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), providing evidence to support advances in sustainable, equitable services in developing country contexts in Asia, Pacific and elsewhere, as well as a leader in the water sector internationally. Committed to ethical principles of participation, gender equality and social inclusion, ISF-UTS’s multidisciplinary approach provides knowledge and know-how to support the technical, economic, legal, environmental and social dimensions of WASH. ISF-UTS are leaders in economic analysis and sustainability assessment to inform infrastructure decision-making and development of appropriate institutional arrangements to support a service-delivery approach.
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2013 - 2016
“Enterprise in WASH” is a 3-year research study, running from 2013-2016. The research investigates the role of micro, small and medium enterprises, who are emerging as important players in sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) service delivery for the poor. In recent years, civil society organisations (CSOs), amongst others, have …
2013 - 2016
Effective governance for the successful long-term operation of community scale air limbah systems
Research to improve successful long term service delivery from community scale sanitation service systems in Indonesia by focusing on governance.
‘Community Sanitation Governance’ is a 3-year research project investigating effective governance for successful long-term operation of community scale wastewater systems in Indonesia. For this project, governance means the financial, stakeholder, organizational, regulatory, and technical support necessary for successful, long-term service …
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