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Ndounla, J. et al. (2016)

SFD Report - Bignona, Senegal
SFD Promotion Initiative

Bignona and Tenghory Trans-Gambian are in the region of Casamance, Senegal. The study area is comprised of seven districts (six in Bignona, one is the neighboring district ofTenghory Trans-Gambian in the municipality of Tenghory). These seven districts have a total area of 10.5 km². The population sums up to 44,783 with an annual population growth rate of 2.7%. The average population density is …

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Brandes, K. et al. (2016)

SFD Report - Hanoi, Vietnam
SFD Promotion Initiative

Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is located in the Northern part of the country in the Red river delta. The urban districts cover an area of 304 km² with an estimated population of 3,147,000 inhabitants. Half of the districts have population densities above 20,000 inhabitants per km² while the other half below 10,000 inhabitants per km². This illustrates the variation between dense urban …

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Luoto, J. E., Levine, D. I., Albert, J. (2011)

Information and persuasion - Achieving safe water behaviors in Kenya

Convincing people to adopt preventive health behaviors consistently is difficult, yet many lives could be saved if we understood better how to do so. For example, low-cost point-of-use (POU) technologies such as chlorine and filters can substantially reduce diarrheal disease (Clasen et al. 2006). Nonetheless, they are not widely or consistently used anywhere in the developing world, even when …

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Luoto, J. E., Levine, D. I. (2014)

Mobile phones, rent-to-own payments and water filters - Evidence from Kenya

Uptake of safe water products remains low, in spite of modest cost. We experimented with a sales offer that combined a free trial and rent-to-own payments for durable filters. Purchase rates doubled under this sales offer to 31% compared to a traditional lump-sum sales contract. To lower transaction costs we collected payments using Kenya's vast mobile banking network, MPESA. Mobile repayment …

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Bonnardeaux, D. (2012)

Linking biodiversity conservation and water, sanitation, and hygiene: Experiences from sub-Saharan Africa

This white paper is an evidence-based review of how implementers have integrated Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and freshwater ecosystem conservation to date in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). The report takes stock of a selection of experiences from projects taking a more holistic approach to conservation and development.

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Edmond, J. et al. (2013)

Freshwater conservation and water, sanitation and hygiene integration guidelines: A framework for implementation in sub-Saharan Africa

Recognizing the need to better link freshwater conservation and WASH initiatives, the US Agency for International Development Bureau for Africa-supported Africa Biodiversity Collaborative Group (ABCG) and its member organizations produced guidelines for integrated programming in sub-Saharan Africa. The purpose of this document is to provide guidance health, development and conservation …

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ABCG (2014)

ABCG freshwater conservation and WASH monitoring and evaluation framework and indicators
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The purpose of this monitoring and evaluation framework is to assess the outcomes of integrated water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and freshwater conservation projects.

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Carvalho Rodrigues, M. C. (2016)

SFD – una herramienta para fomentar la programación sostenible del saneamiento urbano (in Spanish)
SFD - a tool to promote sustainable urban sanitation programs

Presentación para LATINOSAN: Conferencia Latinoamericana de Saneamiento

Contenido:

•Introducción SuSanA
•Antecedentes en saneamiento urbano
•Introducción del enfoque SFDs
•La metodología y herramientas
•Experiencias con los SFDs
•Perspectivas futuras

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Dubois, A. (2014)

Gestion des déchets solides et assainissement de base Lokossa, département du Mono, Bénin (in French)
Case study of sustainable sanitation projects: Combined solid waste management and basic sanitation in Lokossa, Mono region, Benin

Type de projet: Petite échelle, projet pilote en zone semi-urbaine
Période: Démarrage des constructions: Juin 2013
Fin des constructions: Mars 2014
Démarrage des activités : Janvier 2014
Fin du projet: Août 2014 (Coordination terrain de la GIZ)

Objectif et motivation du projet:
-Contribuer à une gestion améliorée des déchets solides et introduire des solutions d’assainissement …

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Cave, B., Kolsky, P. (1999)

Groundwater, latrines and health

On-site sanitation systems dispose of human excreta, with or without treatment, on the residents' housing plot. Examples include pit latrines and septic tanks with drainage fields. This study reviews the risks to health posed by groundwater contamination from on-site sanitation (particularly latrines). Detailed understanding of groundwater contamination is complicated by a host of factors, …

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Drury, D., Rinehold, A. (2015)

A practical guide to auditing water safety plans

The water safety plan (WSP) approach is widely recognized as the most reliable and effective way to consistently manage drinking-water supplies to safeguard public health. Since the introduction of WSPs in the third edition of the WHO Guidelines for Drinking-water Quality (GDWQ) and the International Water Association (IWA) Bonn Charter for Safe Drinking Water in 2004, a significant number of …

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Bain, R. et al. (2014)

Global assessment of exposure to faecal contamination through drinking water based on a systematic review

Objectives:
To estimate exposure to faecal contamination through drinking water as indicated by levels of Escherichia coli (E. coli) or thermotolerant coliform (TTC) in water sources.

Methods:
We estimated coverage of different types of drinking water source based on household surveys and censuses using multilevel modelling. Coverage data were combined with water Quality studies that …

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Lorentz, S., Wickham, B., Still, D. (2015)

Investigation into pollution from on-site dry sanitation systems

The impact of onsite sanitation on water resources has been the subject of much study with regard to conventional septic tanks and soak-aways. However, research of impacts from rural and peri-urban communities using pit latrines, particularly in underdeveloped countries, has been unconvincing. With the increase in the extension of sanitation services provided by the South African Government …

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Regional WASH Group, West and Central Africa (2015)

WASH in Nut Strategy

This regional strategy was developed in 2012 during the nutritional and food crisis in the Sahel. It was updated in 2015. Revised during the 2014 consultation process, it remains an intersectoral guidance strategy that can be adapted to the specific national and local features of each country.

French Version:
http://www.susana.org/en/resources/library/details/2297

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Schubert, T. et al. (2012)

The worldwide adventures of Droppy

This comic introduces children to water and the environment. The little waterdrop called "Droppy" gets itself into adventures which give the reader an indea of the water cycle, wasting water, water pollution and others. It gives special attention to groundwater.

Although these stories are happening in different cultural regions in this comic, these are problems which are happening daily in …

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Moore, C. et al. (2010)

Guidelines for separation distances based on virus transport between on-site domestic wastewater systems and wells

The discharge of domestic wastewater to ground and the proximate abstraction of groundwater for domestic purposes can contaminate drinking water. Regional councils need to consider these situations when implementing the National Environmental Standard (NES) for Sources of Human Drinking Water (NZ Government, 2007). Separation distances between wastewater discharges and groundwater abstractions …

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Jay P. Graham, J. P., Polizzotto, M. L. (2013)

Pit latrines and their impacts on groundwater quality: a systematic review
A systematic review

Background: Pit latrines are one of the most common human excreta disposal systems in low-income countries, and their use is on the rise as countries aim to meet the sanitation-related target of the Millennium Development Goals. There is concern, however, that discharges of chemical and microbial contaminants from pit latrines to groundwater may negatively affect human health.

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Pahlenberg, L., Weimann-Koinzack, C. (2015)

Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) and Nutrition
Relevance of WASH interventions in reducing undernutrition

In recent years, there has been growing scientifc evidence implying a close link between the lack of WASH and stunting.
Stunting, which means low height for age can be a marker of a whole range of developmental setbacks of children including cognitive impairment.

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Bebe Kambou, H. et al. (2015)

Situation de référence en assainissement, approvisionnement en eau potable et hygiène dans les quartiers non lotis et périphériques de la commune de Ouagadougou ( in French)
Baseline situation in sanitation, the supply of drinking water and hygiene in undeveloped areas and peripheries in the commune of Ouagadougou

La situation de l’assainissement et de l’approvisionnement en eau potable des quartiers non lotis et périphériques des communes urbaines du Burkina Faso n’est pas suffisamment connue et rend difficile la planification des différents programmes et projets dans ces zones. En effet, il n’existe pas pour le moment d’informations précises sur l’AEPA des populations vivant dans ces …

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