WASTE works towards sustainable improvement of the urban poor's living conditions and the urban environment in general. Our multi-year, multi-country programmes and projects have a focus on bottom-up development in relation to recycling, solid waste management, ecological sanitation and knowledge sharing. WASTE, located in the Netherlands, teams up with organisations in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe that share its goals and approaches.
Asia & Pacific Europe, Caucasus & Central Asia International NGO Latin America & Caribbean Sub-Saharan Africa
2017 - 2018
Complementary Local Urban Environmental Services (CLUES)
Bundling of front-line service for fecal sludge management and solid waste management in developing low income cities
To assess the conceptual framework for complementary local urban environmental services, which is the bundling of front-line service for fecal sludge management and solid waste management in developing low income cities
Project ongoing since: 2005
WASTE Research Projects
WASTE advisers empower people in over 20 countries to improve their environment and livelihood. The projects have a focus on bottom-up development in relation to recycling, solid waste management, ecological sanitation and knowledge sharing.
WASTE provides meaningful and effective support to transform waste into business opportunity, as an entry point to reach our vision, which is for people in urbanised areas to live dignified lives in balance with their environment. This is accomplished by mobilising networks, ideas, knowledge, and money. Our consultancy and research projects focus …
2014 - 2017
Sanitation Service Level Agreements Blantyre City (SSLABC)
The purpose of this project is to expand the provision of sanitation services to the poor population of Blantyre, Malawi.
Stakeholders: Assessments of Motivation and Capacity – Blantyre City Assembly & City Councillors – Population – esp market committees and users – Private sector – Banks / MFIs – NGOs – esp working in slums Need for decentralised treatment sites to support the public toilets and emptying businesses - – Reduce transport …
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