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Economic effects of sustainable sanitation
Logistics of human excreta in Uganda

It could be shown in this thesis that improving sanitation has various effects on the issues of slums, undernourishment and public health. Further on, the concept of sustainable sanitation was introduced and the effects of this sanitation practice, particularly economic effects were considered and their relevancy for sustainable development regarding the MDGs could be shown. Finally, all insights gained during the preparation of this thesis were combined and had been transformed into a real world example. The example showed that it is possible to combine convenient slum sanitation infrastructure with the idea of circular nutrient management in urban areas to design a large scale sustainable sanitation system.

An excerpt of the practical information gathered during the preparation of this thesis can be found under:
Schroeder, E. (2011). Marketing human excreta - A study of possible ways to dispose of urine and faeces from slum settlements in Kampala, Uganda (also available in this library).


Author:

Schröder, E.

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Year:

2011

Pages:

115

Keywords:

ecosan; reuse; flower; value chain; Schroeder; MSc

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Further Information:

Diploma Thesis, Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel, Germany


Bibliographic information:
Schröder, E. (2011). Economic effects of sustainable sanitation - Logistics of human excreta in Uganda. Diploma Thesis, Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel, Germany.


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