FSM4 Conference - Day 2, Track 2: Case Studies
Chennai, India

Published in: 2017

Various authors

FSM4 was held in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, where the State Government has recently initiated measures to address FSM with regard to policy, regulatory changes, innovative solutions, and pilots. FSM4 focused on innovative and practical solutions that can be scaled up, including three tracks: research, case studies, and industry & exhibition.

Find below in chronological order the presentations held in Track 2: Case Studies on Tuesday 21 February 2017

Content - Summary

CASE STUDIES 2.1: FSM & Urban Management

1. SINGH, S., Dev, B., “An Arduous Journey of FSM in a Small Municipality of Gulariya, Nepal”, Nepal

2. OKOTH, S. O. et al., “Scaling up Faecal Sludge Management in Kenya’s Urban Areas”, Kenya

3. SAKAI, A., “FSM Cooperated with Sewerage in Japan”, Japan

CASE STUDIES 2.2: Public-Private Partnerships for FSM

1. DE LA BROSSE, N. et al., “Tackling the post-ODF challenge in Bangladesh through public-private partnerships: Preliminary results of Faridpur FSM business model”, UK

2. MENZIES, L. et al., “Hybrid PPP for Non-network Sanitation Improvements in Greater Colombo”, Sri Lanka

3. CHARY, S. et al., “Improving Sanitation Services through Service Level Agreements and Public Private Partnerships: A Case study of Warangal City”, India – NOT AVAILABLE

CASE STUDIES 2.3: Resource Recovery with FSM

1. MUSPRATT, A. et al., “Leveraging resource recovery to pay for sanitation: Pivot Works demonstration in Kigali, Rwanda”, Rwanda

2. BINALE, A. N., “Turning Human Faeces in Resource in Kenya Informal Settlements”, Kenya

3. ROY, D. C., Kumar, S. , “Learning from Demonstration of FSM Value Chain in Satkhira, Bangladesh”, Bangladesh

CASE STUDIES 2.4: Developing Small FSM Businesses

1. DRABBLE, S. et al., “From pilot project to emerging FSM service: scaling up innovation PPP model for citywide FSM services in Dhaka”

2. SKLAR, R. et al., “Designing Pit Emptying Business Models to Facilitate City Scale Faecal Sludge Management Services in Kigali, Rwanda”, Rwanda

3. GREENE, N. et al., “Practical Advances in Pit Latrine Emptying Technology”, Rwanda

4. FAWZI, A. et al., “Support of Manual Pit Emptiers in Freetown, Sierra Leone”, Sierra Leone

Bibliographic information

Various authors (2017). FSM4 Conference - Day 2, Track 2: Case Studies - Chennai, India.


Case Studies 2.1.1 Singh, S. (1 Singh Spdf) • Size: 1.71 MB

Case Studies 2.1.2 Okoth, S. O. et al. (pdf) • Size: 3.83 MB

Case Studies 2.1.3 Sakai, A. (3 Sakai Apdf) • Size: 1.3 MB

Case Studies 2.2.1 De La Brosse, N. et al. ( et alpdf) • Size: 2.22 MB

Case Studies 2.2.2 Menzies, L. et al. ( et alpdf) • Size: 2.1 MB

Case Studies 2.3.1 Muspatt, A. et al. ( et alpdf) • Size: 1.23 MB

Case Studies 2.3.2 Binale, A. N. ( Npdf) • Size: 2.27 MB

Case Studies 2.3.3 Roy, D. C., Kumar, S. ( Kumar Spdf) • Size: 1.33 MB

Case Studies 2.4.1 Drabble, S. et al. ( et alpdf) • Size: 1.31 MB

Case Studies 2.4.2 Sklar, R. et al. ( et alpdf) • Size: 13.2 MB

Case Studies 2.4.3 Green, N. et al. ( et alpdf) • Size: 3.4 MB

Case Studies 2.4.4 Fawzi, A. et al. ( et alpdf) • Size: 1.8 MB