To design a Monitoring, Learning, and Evaluation (MLE) Platform for Urban Fecal Sludge Management (FSM)
Under a BMGF grant, Athena is designing a Monitoring, Learning, and Evaluation (MLE) platform for urban Fecal Sludge Management (FSM). The project has two components — Monitoring and Benchmarking, and Evidence and Learning.
Spread over 3 years, the project uses an evidence-based, stakeholder-driven decision-making approach. The grant will also help address challenges in uptake of the FSM toolbox.
Image: Design and Roll-out of the FSM Toolbox and a MLE Platform for Urban FSM
The first component aims to create a global monitoring protocol and platform for urban FSM. This will involve 8 pilot cities that are part of BMGF’s “City Wide Inclusive Sanitation (CWIS)” program. The second seeks to aggregate and analyze evidence on effective interventions in urban FSM to promote peer learning and information exchange.
Client: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
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Asia & Pacific Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Capacity development Cities Enabling environment and institutional strengthening Faecal sludge treatment processes Political processes and institutional aspects Private sector, including social enterprises Specific to one or several countries Sub-Saharan Africa Technology comparisons Urban (entire city)
Chris Elliott (cdcelliott)
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