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Schaub-Jones, D. (2005). Why traditional approaches to on-site sanitation provision are failing poor households. Building Partnerships for Development (BPD), Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP), UK. [255.78 KB]

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This note discusses the impact of these two issues and goes on to propose how ‘mapping the territory’ and the linkages of a ‘sanitation service’ can help external …

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Schaub-Jones, D. (2009). To Let or Toilet? Is that the question? The hidden challenges of selling sanitation. Building Partnerships for Development (BPD), Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP), UK. [393.27 KB]

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This paper discusses the issues surrounding tenancy and sanitation, with a focus on responsibility for provision and how to bring about reforms. …

Uploaded on 13 Nov 2013 • Views: 1984 • Downloads: 10

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Schaub-Jones, D. (2006). Sanitation Partnerships: Overview Paper. Building Partnerships for Development (BPD), Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP), UK. [547.19 KB]

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This Sanitation Series document describes four important themes within sanitation partnerships in Africa, and three main roles on which they can focus. …

Uploaded on 13 Nov 2013 • Views: 1339 • Downloads: 3

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Eales, K., Schaub-Jones, D. (2005). Sanitation Partnerships: Landlord or tenant?. Building Partnerships for Development (BPD), Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP), UK. [893.07 KB]

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A Sanitation Series paper focusing on the issue of “tenancy” in poor urban communities; investigating relationships between landlord and tenant in three African countries, and …

Uploaded on 13 Nov 2013 • Views: 1730 • Downloads: 3

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Eales, K., Schaub-Jones, D., Tyers, L. (2006). Sanitation partnerships: Harnessing their potential for urban on-site sanitation. Building Partnerships for Development (BPD), Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP), UK. [1.29 MB]

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A Sanitation Series paper focusing on four emerging themes within sanitation partnerships and presenting three roles that these partnerships have to play. …

Uploaded on 13 Nov 2013 • Views: 1521 • Downloads: 6

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Schaub-Jones, D. (2010). Sanitation - Just Another Business? The crucial role of sanitation entrepreneurship and the need for outside engagement. Building Partnerships for Development (BPD), Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP), UK. [798.53 KB]

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In developing countries, the sanitation market is dominated by small private providers, usually very local in nature and often benefitting from little outside support. The key …

Uploaded on 13 Nov 2013 • Views: 1396 • Downloads: 6

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Schaub-Jones, D. (2009). Harnessing the Private Sector to Provide Sanitation to the Poor. Building Partnerships for Development (BPD), UK. [256.48 KB]

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This briefing note highlights the trend for local private sector operators to provide a primary service and seeks to provoke more debate of its consequences. …

Uploaded on 13 Nov 2013 • Views: 659 • Downloads: 4

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Keatman, T. (2013). Getting Communities Engaged in Water and Sanitation Projects: Participatory Design and Consumer Feedback. Building Partnerships for Development (BPD), Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP), UK. [376.17 KB]

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2nd of 4 learning documents by BPD on WSUP's African Cities for the Future programme: How can we encourage and elicit input and feedback from people living in low-income …

Uploaded on 13 Nov 2013 • Views: 786 • Downloads: 5

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Schaub-Jones, D., Valfrey-Visser, B. (2008). Engaging Sanitation Entrepreneurs - Supporting private entrepreneurs to deliver public goods. Building Partnerships for Development (BPD), UK. [1.16 MB]

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This background paper addresses the issues and opportunities surrounding the engagement of small-scale private enterprises in delivering sanitation services in an urban setting. …

Uploaded on 13 Nov 2013 • Views: 507 • Downloads: 3

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Bereziat, E. (2009). The market for mechanical pit-emptying in Dakar & the realities of engaging entrepreneurs. Building Partnerships for Development (BPD), UK. [504.64 KB]

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Draft case study on the relationship between small scale entrepreneurs (pit emptiers) and ONAS (public provider) in Dakar, Senegal. …

Uploaded on 13 Nov 2013 • Views: 731 • Downloads: 1

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Schaub-Jones, D. (2009). Supporting sanitation entrepreneurs in Lesotho – 20 years of experience. Building Partnerships for Development (BPD), UK. [559.09 KB]

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An updated Engaging Sanitation Entrepreneurs case study from Lesotho investigating how involvement the private sector entrepreneurs in sanitation partnerships has evolved over …

Uploaded on 13 Nov 2013 • Views: 647 • Downloads: 3

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Murray, A. (2011). Human-waste reuse: Global overview of options and background market analysis of waste-based business opportunities in Nairobi, Kenya. Waste Enterprises Ltd.. [6.59 MB]

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The Sanitation and Safe Water for All (SSAWA) program is an initiative recently launched by the IFC in Nairobi, Kenya. The program was established to identify and develop market …

Uploaded on 12 Nov 2013 • Views: 615 • Downloads: 21

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WSP, IFC (2013). Tapping the Market: Opportunities for Domestic Investments in Sanitation for the Poor. International Finance Corporation, World Bank Water and Sanitation Program. [1.15 MB]

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This report examines private sector provision of on-site sanitation services in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Peru, and Tanzania, four countries where the local private sector already …

Uploaded on 16 Oct 2013 • Views: 1594 • Downloads: 27

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Wall, K., Ive, O. (2013). Social franchising partnerships for O&M of sanitation & water services - Lessons and experiences from an Eastern Cape Pilot. Water Information Network (WIN-SA), South Africa. [3.51 MB]

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The social franchising partnerships concept, as it has been applied in the Eastern Cape pilot, has been an unqualified success in terms of the quality and reliability of service …

Uploaded on 10 Oct 2013 • Views: 974 • Downloads: 8

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Davies, W. (2013). Selling sanitation: Catalyzing the market for household sanitation in East Africa - Various documents on results from research grant. International Finance Corporation, Nairobi, Kenya. [401.7 KB]

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This library entry contains background documents for a grant that William Davies is leading and which is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. …

Uploaded on 20 Aug 2013 • Views: 1195 • Downloads: 18

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WASH United (2013). WASH United's fun, game and sport-based activities to raise the profile of sanitation and hygiene - Various documents on results from grant. WASH United, Germany. [3.44 MB]

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This library entry contains background documents for a grant that WASH United (Thorsten Kiefer, Ina Jurga) is leading and which is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. …

Uploaded on 25 Jul 2013 • Views: 1272 • Downloads: 7

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Kar, K., Chambers, R. (2008). Handbook on community-led total sanitation. Plan UK, London, UK. [2.64 MB]

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This handbook has been developed from experiences with Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) since December 1999. These have been in Bangladesh, India, Cambodia, Indonesia, …

Uploaded on 15 Jul 2013 • Views: 1153 • Downloads: 41

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Preneta, N. (2013). Compost market assessment, Freetown, Sierra Leone. GOAL, Sierra Leone and Oxfam, Sierra Leone. [728.48 KB]

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A basic market survey for compost made from human fecal sludge was conducted during the months of April and May, 2013, in Freetown, Sierra Leone. This survey compiled information …

Uploaded on 15 Jul 2013 • Views: 1181 • Downloads: 30

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Koottatep, T. (2013). Sustainable decentralized wastewater management in developing countries: design, operation, and monitoring - Various documents on results from research grant. Asian Institute of Technology, Pathumthani, Thailand. [676.42 KB]

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This library entry contains background documents for a grant that Thammarat Koottatep is leading and which is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. …

Uploaded on 23 Jun 2013 • Views: 1023 • Downloads: 46

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Still, D. (2013). Sanitation job creation - Learning from Alfred Nzo DM's Zonal Distribution Approach. Water Information Network (WIN-SA), South Africa. [1 MB]

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The ANDM Sanitation Job Creation Programme commenced in 2004 and has proved the success of its zone site service centre approach. Two of the original nine zone sites were lost to …

Uploaded on 24 May 2013 • Views: 1114 • Downloads: 17

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Schaub-Jones, D. (2012). Sanitation as a business - Trends Shaping the Market for Urban Sanitation, a discussion paper. Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden and BPD Water & Sanitation, UK. [815.82 KB]

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It does seem that the term sanitation as a business is gaining some momentum. Perhaps sanitation is not yet sexy, but it is certainly gaining more attention than it did a few years …

Uploaded on 21 May 2013 • Views: 996 • Downloads: 24

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Ensink, J. et al. (2013). New concepts for on-site sanitation based on bio-additives and pit design - Various documents on results from research grant. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), London, UK and Bearvalley Ventures, UK. [1.44 MB]

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This library entry contains background documents for a grant that Jeroen Ensink is leading and which is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. …

Uploaded on 23 Apr 2013 • Views: 899 • Downloads: 112

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Munyana, S. et al. (2013). Catalyzing Sanitation Businesses - Various documents on results from research grant. Water for People, USA. [490.09 KB]

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This library entry contains background documents and results for a grant that Sherina Munyana is leading and which is funded by the WSH Program of the Bill and Melinda Gates …

Uploaded on 11 Apr 2013 • Views: 1010 • Downloads: 270

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Kent, J. G., Terrazas, G. A., Pereira, G. S., Rocabado, A .C., Terceros, M. V. (2011). Modelo de financiamiento y estrategia de marketing social de banos ecologicos (in Spanish) - Financial and social marketing on ecological sanitation. Sustainable Sanitation Knowledge Node (SNV) and Water for People, La Paz, Bolivia. [860.84 KB]

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Documento desarrollado por el Servicio Holandés de Cooperación al Desarrollo SNV, en el marco del Convenio Interinstitucional suscrito por el Nodo de Conocimiento en Saneamiento …

Uploaded on 10 Jan 2013 • Views: 993 • Downloads: 21

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Mbeguere, M., Gning, J. B., Toure, F., Diop, B., Toure, S., Fam, A. (2011). Landscape analysis & business model assessment in fecal sludge management: extraction & transportation models in Africa – Senegal. Consultancy report by H2O Engineering commissioned by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, USA. [2.42 MB]

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In general, fecal sludge management can be considered the weak point in sanitation because raw sludge is disposed of illegally. However, meetings have taken place between …

Uploaded on 28 Dec 2012 • Views: 877 • Downloads: 40

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Sridhar, M. K. C., Wahab, B., Oloruntoba, E. O., Idachaba, A. (2011). Landscape Analysis and Business Model Assessment in Fecal Sludge Management: Extraction and Transportation Models in Africa, Nigeria Study Report. Consultancy report commissioned by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, USA. [2.83 MB]

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To better understand the status of septic sludge management policy and practice in Nigeria, an assessment of landscape analysis and business model of fecal sludge management in the …

Uploaded on 27 Dec 2012 • Views: 894 • Downloads: 20

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Ho, P. Y. C., Teh, T. H., Zakaria, M. Y., Lean, C. L., Tan, S. H., Sasidharan, V. (2011). Landscape analysis and business model assessment in faecal sludge management: extraction and transportation model in Malaysia - Final report. Consultancy report by ERE Consulting Group in collaboration with INDAH Water Konsortium (IWK) commissioned by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, USA. [2.93 MB]

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The study was undertaken in three (3) model cities in Peninsular Malaysia and included Kuala Lumpur (land area 243km2), which is the capital city; Melaka (land area 689km2), the …

Uploaded on 27 Dec 2012 • Views: 875 • Downloads: 24

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Mwangi, L., Nzainga, J., Muvelah, S., Kiogora, A. (2011). Landscape Analysis and Business Model Assessment in Fecal Sludge Management: Extraction and Transportation Models in Africa, Kenya Report - Volume I of II, main report. Consultancy report by Losai Management Limited, commissioned by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, USA. [3.83 MB]

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As per the BMGates criteria for selection of the 3 local case study sites (cities), the Kenya Study Team selected Nairobi – the capital and the largest city - in the center; …

Uploaded on 27 Dec 2012 • Views: 838 • Downloads: 26

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Bhat, N., Vashishta, A., Baskaran, C., Chopra, N. (2011). Landscape Analysis and Business Model Assessment in Fecal Sludge Extraction and Transportation Models in India. Consultancy report by The Right Angle commissioned by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, USA. [5.08 MB]

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This study on landscape analysis and business model assessment in fecal sludge extraction and transportation models in India covered a sample of 1200 households in three cities …

Uploaded on 27 Dec 2012 • Views: 846 • Downloads: 83

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Defere, E., Yemane, H. (2011). Landscape Analysis and Business Model Assessment in Fecal Sludge Management, Extraction and Transportation in three Cities of Ethiopia (Addis Ababa, Dire Dawa and Hosaena) - Final report. Consultancy report by Hywas Engineering Consultants & Partners (Ethiopian Team), commissioned by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, USA. [3.03 MB]

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The main objective of the research study is to analyze the extraction and transportation operation of fecal sludge in the country and identify business opportunities in this …

Uploaded on 27 Dec 2012 • Views: 831 • Downloads: 26

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Frenoux, C., Tsitsikalis, A. (2011). Landscape analysis and business model. Assessment in fecal sludge management: Extraction & transportation models - Cambodia - Final report, Volume 1 Main Report. Consultancy report by GRET, commissioned by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, USA. [4.22 MB]

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If many stakeholders have paid attention to the access to sanitation growth rate, fewer organizations have offered a comprehensive analysis of the extraction and transportation of …

Uploaded on 27 Dec 2012 • Views: 775 • Downloads: 35

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Zoungrana, D., Bere, C., Yiougo, L., Koanda, H. (2011). Landscape Analysis and Business Model Assessment in Fecal Sludge Management, Extraction and transportation in Burkina Faso - Final report. Consultancy report commissioned by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, USA. [2.15 MB]

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The management of faecal sludge of on-site sanitation facilities is a big issue in Burkina Faso urban areas. This study outlines the sanitation services delivery in three (3) …

Uploaded on 27 Dec 2012 • Views: 681 • Downloads: 24

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WaterAid (2011). Landscape Analysis and Business Model. Assessment in Faecal Sludge Management: Extraction and Transportation Models in Bangladesh - Final report. WaterAid, consultancy report for Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, USA. [2.08 MB]

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A well-coordinated effort over the past few years in Bangladesh has made it possible to reduce the rate of open defecation significantly. However, this rapid increase of fixed …

Uploaded on 27 Dec 2012 • Views: 719 • Downloads: 29

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Chowdhry, S., Koné, D. (2012). Business Analysis of Fecal Sludge Management: Emptying and Transportation Services in Africa and Asia - Draft final report. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, USA. [2.8 MB]

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This study was initiated and funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to map the urban sanitation situation and assess business and operating models for fecal sludge …

Uploaded on 26 Dec 2012 • Views: 1139 • Downloads: 111

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Wall, K., Bhagwan, J., Ive, O. (2011). Piloting franchising O&M partnerships: connecting unrelated concepts, to create something innovative. 35th WEDC International Conference, UK. [60.88 KB]

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Partnerships, using the basic principles of franchising, could address many challenges in the operation and/or maintenance of water services. Franchising provides appropriate …

Uploaded on 23 Jul 2012 • Views: 1131 • Downloads: 39

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Rojas, F. (2012). Viviendo sin alcantarillado sanitario - El negocio de la recolección de lodos fecales en 4 ciudades de América Latina (in Spanish) - Living without sanitary sewers in Latin America - the business of collecting faecal sludge in 4 cities in Latin America. World Bank, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), Latin America and the Caribbean. [3.33 MB]

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Este reporte resalta los hallazgos de cuatro estudios de caso que describen el actual y potencial mercado de limpieza, recolección y disposición de lodos fecales en zonas …

Uploaded on 31 May 2012 • Views: 1010 • Downloads: 26

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Rojas, F. (2012). Living without sanitary sewers in Latin America - The business of collecting fecal sludge in four Latin American cities. World Bank, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), Latin America and the Caribbean. [3.44 MB]

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The present report spotlights the major challenges and the opportunities that lie ahead in fecal sludge management and summarizes the findings from four case studies that describe …

Uploaded on 31 May 2012 • Views: 1412 • Downloads: 149

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Pedi, D., Jenkins, M., Aun, H., McLennan, L., Revell, G. (2011). Hands-off sanitation marketing. 35th WEDC International Conference, Loughborough, UK. [283.71 KB]

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Uploaded on 25 May 2012 • Views: 818 • Downloads: 30

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Mikhael, G. (2011). Sanitation market assessment, Freetown, Sierra Leone - VOLUME II: Assessment of faecal sludge emptying services. [2.59 MB]

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This report was commissioned by GOAL Sierra Leone to assess the sanitation market in the vulnerable communities of Freetown, Sierra Leone. It is intended to contribute to and …

Uploaded on 24 Apr 2012 • Views: 1269 • Downloads: 75

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DWA (2012). Do we need New Alternative Sanitation Systems in Germany?. DWA German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste, Hennef, Germany. [3.49 MB]

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New alternative sanitation systems (NASS) are based on the separate collection, conveyance, treatment and reuse of source separated flows. The aim of implementing NASS is the reuse …

Uploaded on 17 Apr 2012 • Views: 1333 • Downloads: 126

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SNV (2012). Rural sanitation supply chains and finance - Progress brief. SNV, Hanoi, Vietnam. [472.97 KB]

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This work on Rural Sanitation Supply Chains and Finance is part of the SNV/IRC Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All programme, which aims to improve the health and quality of …

Uploaded on 21 Mar 2012 • Views: 918 • Downloads: 40

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Niwagaba, C. (2011). The role of urban authorities and utilities in promoting sanitation as a business. Sustainable Sanitation & Water Renewal Systems (SSWARS), Kampala, Uganda. [1.76 MB]

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The following presentation given by Charles Niwagaba, the director of the NGO Sustainable Sanitation and Water Renewal Systems (SSWARS) provides a good overview about the tools …

Uploaded on 2 Mar 2012 • Views: 819 • Downloads: 22

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Devine, J., Sijbesma, C., Truong, X. (2010). Building the capacity of local government to scale up community-led total sanitation and sanitation marketing in rural areas. World Bank, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), USA. [2.31 MB]

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One of the central premises of the Global Scaling Up Rural Sanitation project is that local governments can provide the vehicle to scale up rural sanitation. In all three project …

Uploaded on 10 Feb 2012 • Views: 685 • Downloads: 17

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Baskovitch, M. (2011). Sanitation markets at the bottom of the pyramid: A win-win scenario for government, the private sector, and communities. World Bank, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), USA. [3.89 MB]

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Research conducted in 2010 in Peru to identify techniques for reaching the population at the bottom of the pyramid shows that linking public infrastructure investments in water and …

Uploaded on 10 Feb 2012 • Views: 740 • Downloads: 22

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Robinson, A. (2011). Enabling environment endline assessment: Indonesia - Scaling up rural sanitation. World Bank, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), USA. [1.4 MB]

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The Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) has implemented the Global Scaling Up Rural Sanitation Project since 2007. One of the central objectives of the project is to improve …

Uploaded on 10 Feb 2012 • Views: 697 • Downloads: 5

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Mukherjee, N. (2011). Factors associated with achieving and sustaining open defecation free communities: Learning from East Java - Scaling up rural sanitation. World Bank, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), USA. [1.81 MB]

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Today, 2.6 billion people live without access to improved sanitation. …

Uploaded on 10 Feb 2012 • Views: 779 • Downloads: 13

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Scott, B., Jenkins, M., Kpinsoton, G. (2011). Experiences from rural Benin: Sanitation marketing at scale - Experiences from rural Benin. World Bank, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), USA. [631.88 KB]

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Sanitation marketing is a sustainable approach to household sanitation uptake at scale. While efforts in Africa to use marketing are underway in several countries, success stories …

Uploaded on 10 Feb 2012 • Views: 649 • Downloads: 18

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Devine, J., Sijbesma, C., Truong, X. (2010). Case study on sustainability of rural sanitation marketing in Vietnam. World Bank, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), USA. [4.17 MB]

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From 2003 to 2006, a rural pilot project was conducted in Vietnam with technical support from the non-governmental organization (NGO) International Development Enterprises (IDE) …

Uploaded on 10 Feb 2012 • Views: 542 • Downloads: 7

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Coombes, Y. (2011). Partnering on the road towards achieving total sanitation in East Africa - Scaling up rural sanitation. World Bank, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), USA. [1.26 MB]

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In East Africa, access to basic sanitation remains low, and intensive work is needed across the region to achieve sustained scaling up of sanitation. Determining how governments …

Uploaded on 10 Feb 2012 • Views: 581 • Downloads: 7

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Devine, J. (2009). Introducing SaniFOAM: A framework to analyze sanitation behaviors to design effective sanitation programs - Global scaling up sanitation project. World Bank, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), USA. [3.08 MB]

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Why do individuals with latrines continue to defecate in the open? What factors enable individuals or households to move up the sanitation ladder? Before sanitation behaviors can …

Uploaded on 10 Feb 2012 • Views: 757 • Downloads: 38

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