Athena’s study aimed to improve household access to financing products for toilets in the low income urban communities (LIUCs).
Ghana’s low access to adequate and safe compound sanitation signals a need for sanitation financing. It also suffers from an over-reliance on unhygienic public toilets, open defecation and inappropriate disposal of feces. WSUP is therefore implementing a citywide sanitation project using a holistic approach. It aims to improve sanitation outcomes under USAID’s Sanitation Service Delivery Program. Athena’s study aimed to improve household access to financing products for toilets in the low income urban communities (LIUCs). It focused on providing micro-finance institutions (MFIs) a clear understanding of the most suitable customer segments for their toilet loan product. It also provided insights on cost incurred by households in accessing toilet loans and capture their perceptions of an ideal toilet loan.
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Health and hygiene Market development Peri-urban Politicians and local decision makers Practitioners Rural Specific to one or several countries Sub-Saharan Africa Toilets or urinals (user interface) Urban (entire city) WASH and nutrition
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