Published in: 2017
Published in: 2017
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.
Below you find the presentations held in track 2: Case Studies on Monday 20 February 2017 in chronological order.
Content - Summary
Case Studies 1.1: Container-Based Sanitation
1. GARDINER, V. et al., “Serviced Household Toilets, FSM and ICT in Antananarivo:
Lessons Learned”, Madagascar
2. BERNER, C. et al., “Waste Transformation, not Waste Treatment:
Understanding the Value of Poop in Sanivation’s Waste Processing Model for Cities”, Kenya
3. KRAMER, S. et al., “Developing a Social Business for the Provision of Household
Sanitation in Dense Urban Settings”, Haiti
Case Studies 1.2: Managing FSM in India
1. SCOTT, C. L., “Community Engagement: An Important Part of Successful FSM”, India
2. CHARY, S. et al., “Operationalizing FSM Regulations at City Level:
A Case Study of Warangal”, India
3. MANSURI, A. et al., “Toilets and Beyond: How to implement ODF in small towns
in India”, India
4. REDDY, P. and PRAKASH, G., “Operationalising Septage Management
Guidelines in Tamil Nadu”, India
Case Studies 1.3: Organizing FSM
1. ASRI, A. and MARDIKANTO, I., “Moving Towards Nationwide Roll Out of Fecal Sludge Management”, Indonesia
2. SUMARNI, S. and REINI S., “Improved Septage Management: Introducing Regular and Improving on-demand emptying, lessons and experience from Balikpapan City, East Kalimantan Province, Indonesia”, Indonesia
3. BUSTRAAN, F. et al., “Introduction of Scheduled Desludging Services in Indonesia”, Indonesia
4. REDDY, M. et al., “Application of Information Communication Technology (ICT) for effective Planning and Implementation of FSM Programme: A Case study of Warangal City”, India
Case Studies 1.4: Bringing FSM Operators into the Sanitation Service Chain
1. SIMWAMBI, A. et al., “Current and optional FSM operation models for over-coming current and future challenges”, Zambia
2. ROKOB, J. and RIECK, C., “FSM means tackling the entire sanitation chain: examples from urban Uganda”, Uganda
3. NKURUNZIZA, A., “The Case for Private Sector Participation in Faecal Sludge Management Service Provision in Kampala”, Uganda
Various authors (2017). FSM4 Conference - Day 1, Track 2: Case Studies - Chennai, India.
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