Sanitation is vital for people?s wellbeing and health, but in dense urban areas low quality and unhygienic solutions frequently prevail. Pit latrines are quickly overloaded, and municipal sewerage systems rarely cover more than the central core of a city. The richest 20% of the population in Sub-Saharan Africa is almost five times as likely to use an improved sanitation facility as the poorest quintile.
Reall work predominantly in high density urban and peri-urban areas constructing incremental housing with associated infrastructure. Reall?s interventions benefit their low-income clients by using housing as a ?nexus? for the sustainable delivery of infrastructure including improving access to water, sanitation and hygiene.
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