Published in: 2011
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This report was commissioned by GOAL Sierra Leone to assess the sanitation market in the vulnerable communities of Freetown, Sierra Leone. It is intended to contribute to and support GOAL’s activities under the Freetown Urban Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Consortium
programme funded by UK Department for International Development (UK-DFID). This second of two volumes is focused on evaluating supply of faecal sludge emptying services in Freetown.
The evaluation was based on interviews with 10 faecal sludge emptying operators between June and July 2010. All three (3) private mechanical operators found to be providing emptying services in Freetown were interviewed, as well as the only formal public operator, Freetown City Council (FCC).
Mikhael, G. (2011). Sanitation market assessment, Freetown, Sierra Leone - VOLUME II: Assessment of faecal sludge emptying services.
English Faecal sludge treatment processes Sub-Saharan Africa
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