The Container Based Sanitation Alliance (CBSA) aims to be the credible voice of Container- Based Sanitation (CBS) providers. Established in 2016, CBSA represents its members as a neutral, independent, not-for-profit association.
We believe that with the right support, CBS services can scale to provide affordable, safe, and dignified sanitation to 50M people in LMIC by 2030, in line with SDG 6.2.
CBSA promotes the use of CBS as a safe and essential component of blended, city-wide approaches to sanitation. Our goal is to help scale the adoption of CBS by public and private providers, customers, and governments in Low-and-Middle Income Countries (LMIC) cities. In order to maximise our impact, we regularly collaborate with other organisations to overcome barriers to growth of the CBS industry.
Network / Association
2018 - 2020
Cost effectiveness analysis
Compare the cost effectiveness of CBS to other sanitation
Used the CACTUS methodology to compare costs of CBS in Haiti, Ghana, Kenya, Peru and Madagascar. In partnership with EY.
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