This project database
is a database for all sanitation projects - be it research, awareness raising, market development, upscaling, pilot demonstrations etc. It contains sanitation projects of SuSanA partners and of other organisations and allows you to find information for sanitation projects worldwide.
From early 2016 onwards, SuSanA partners will have the opportunity to add details about their projects into this database on their own.
An entry in this database does not mean that SuSanA is endorsing or promoting this particular project. It is merely a service for anyone looking for information on projects in the field of sustainable sanitation.
An explanation about abbreviations used in the project titles is available here
You have the following filter, search and sorting functions in the project database:
You can filter the projects by technology, kind of project, region, country, funding source etc. using the green filter box displayed at the top right of the project database page.
You can search for a keyword in the project title, subtitle or the organisation's name by using the search field.
You can order the projects by starting year, project title or organisation name.
Information about projects supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation:
The Foundation embraces a Global Access Policy
as described in all grant agreements and contracts that they make. The list of awarded grants
is updated regularly on the Foundation's website, and you can sort it to find the grants in their Water, Sanitation & Hygiene portfolio. The grantees are encouraged to share their project materials on the SuSanA platform (forum and library). More information on this arrangement which began in late 2012 and is carried out by Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) is available here
Many of the projects that began in 2011 or 2012 were funded under the grant schemes called "Reinvent the Toilet Challenge" (RTTC) and "Grand Challenges Explorations" (GCE), Round 6 and 7. The conditions for these types of grants are available here
Last updated: 30 November 2015