Various papers and presentations from IWA Development Congress in Nairobi - Catalysing urban water transitions

Various authors (2013)

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Presentations and papers from the IWA Development Congress which took place in Nairobi 13-17 October 2013 with approx. 1000 participants.

Only those documents are uploaded here where permission from the authors was obtained and which are on topics of sustainable sanitation. Thank you to the authors for giving their permission.

Listed by topic and by author's first name (to access the pdf files, please scroll down to the document download section, documents in alphabetical order):

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1) Keynotes

Chris Buckley (UKZN): Water Technologies of the Future

Dinesh Mehta (CEPT): Urban Development and WATSAN Services in Low and Middle Income Countries (keynote)

Neil Macleod (EWS): Change and Innovation in Utility Management in Low and Middle Income Countries (keynote)

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2) The convening power of risk: a community of practice event on urban sanitation and sanitation safety planning

Dyah Wulandari Putri, P, Soewondo, A. Jatnika Effendi, T. Setiadi (Institut Teknologi Bandung): Review of Applied Wastewater Treatment Technology for Floating and Flooded Communities

Jonathan Parkinson (IWA): A Community of Practice event on Urban Sanitation and Sanitation Safety Planning - Group Work

Jonathan Parkinson (IWA): Framework for Sanitation System Risk Assessment and its Application in Maputo, Mozambique

Jonathan Parkinson (IWA): Introduction to Global Community of Practice for Sanitation and Hygiene

Kate Medlicott (WHO): Sanitation Safety Planning (SSP) - Step-by-step Guide for Safe Use and Disposal of Wastewater


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3) Decentralised wastewater treatment systems (DEWATS), anaerobic treatment processes, solid waste management

Andreas Schmidt (BORDA): Scaling Up Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Capacities

Chris Buckley (UKZN): Performance of a DEWATS Plant Treating Domestic Wastewater - A South African Case Study

Daniel F. C. Dias, T. E. Possmoser-Nascimento, V. A. J. Rodrigues, M. von Sperling (University of Minas Gerais): Overall Performance Evaluation of Shallow Maturation Ponds in Series Treating UASB Reactor Effluent: Ten Years of Intensive Monitoring of a System in Brazil

Felipe J. Pires (Federal University of Viçosa), A.A.P. Rezende, D.F. Machado, B.N. De Brito, C.M. Silva: Design, Construction and Monitoring of Domestic Wastewater Treatment Systems in Rural Settlements in Brazil

Jutta Camargo (BORDA): AKSANSI Association of CBOs on Sanitation in Indonesia

Larissa Duma (BORDA): Integrating Decentralized Solid Waste Management (DESWAM) into Urban Sanitation

Masooma Mirzaei (BORDA), A.Miller and B.Pietruschka: Start-up and Performance Evaluation of DEWATS Plants in Afghanistan

Pedro Kraemer (BORDA): Developing City Wide Planning Instruments for Decentralized Urban Sanitation Services

Susmita Sinha (BORDA): Capacity Building Making Decentralised Sanitation Central to Thinking and Practice

Y. Maiga, D. Moyenga, B.C. Nikiema, K. Ushijima, A.H. Maiga & N. Funamizu: Designing slanted soil system for greywater treatment for irrigation purposes in rural area of arid regions
download here: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09593330.2014.929180#.U7v7IECpFZI

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4) Constructed wetlands

Agostina Chiavola (University of Rome Sapienza), R. Gavasci, P. Sirini and C. C. Federico: A Simple, Economic and Efficient Treatment Solution for Small Communities in the State of Bahia

Elias Manjate (University of Minas Gerais), L. C. O. Lana, D. C. Moraes, G. R. Vasconcelos, G. R. M. Maciel and M. von Sperling: Utilization of a Single-stage Vertical Flow Constructed Wetland to Treat Raw Domestic Sewage in a Developing Country

Günter Langergraber (BOKU): Constructed Wetlands in Africa / Developing Countries

Markus Lechner (EcoSan Cub Austria): Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment in Uganda

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5) Methods and tools for assessing and planning sanitation; and enabling environment

Atekelt A. Ketema (BOKU): CLARA Simplifying Planning Tool Experiences: Case of Arba Minch Town, Ethiopia

Günter Langergraber (BOKU): Methods and Tools for Assessing and Planning Sanitation

Jacqueline K. Musyoki (WSTF): Financing Mechanisms for Water and Sanitation to Underserved Areas of Kenya

Jonathan Parkinson (IWA): Sanitation 21: A Planning Framework for Improving City-wide Sanitation Services

Markus Lechner (EcoSan Cub Austria): CLARA Simplified Planning Tool

Manuel Alvarinho (Water and Sanitation Regulatory Council): Mozambique Urban Sanitation Charter

Meera Mehta, Dinesh Mehta and the PAS Team (CEPT University): Urban Sanitation. Assessing Priorities and Options

Meera Mehta, Dinesh Mehta and the PAS Team (CEPT University): Performance Assessment Systems PAS Project. Urban Water Supply and Sanitation

Philippe Reymond (Eawag): Scaling Up Small-scale Sanitation: A Policy Brief to Move Forward

Raphael M. Gacheiya (Egerton University), B. M. Mutua, E. Müllegger and G. Langergraber: Towards Improved Sustainable Sanitation in Learning Institutions; Experiences from Nakuru and Njoro, Kenya

Sophia Pan, N. Armitage and M. van Ryneveld (University of Cape Town): Why Getting a Toilet does not Solve the Sanitation Crisis: Experience from Cape Town

Valerie Naidoo (WRC), Marlene vd Merwe?Botha, Gary Quilling, Solly Manyaka, and eThekwini Municipality: CLARA: South Africa Pilot - Capacity?linked Water Supply and Sanitation Improvement for Africa’s Peri?urban and Rural Areas

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6) Faecal sludge management, dry sanitation systems and resource recovery

Annika C. Nordin (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences), C. Wirseen and N. Karanja: Peepoo - A Sanitation Solution Addressing the Urban Poor

Christine M. Hooijmans (UNESCO-IHE), B. Dangol, C.M. Lopez-Vazquez, M. Ronteltap, D. Brdjanovic: Assessing the Feasibility of Faecal Sludge Cotreatment in a Sewage Treatment Plant

Elke Müllegger (EcoSan Club Consulting), Endrias Olto, Mammo Beriso Bulbo and Amalework Wolde: Operation and Maintenance Strategies for a Sustainable Dry Sanitation System in Arba Minch (Ethiopia)

Firas Feki (Centre of Biotechnologie of Sfax), N. Weissenbacher, S. Sayadi, Arba Minch team and G. Langergraber: The Grey and Black Water Separation as Solution for Water Scarcity and Sanitation in MSBs in Arba Minch, Ethiopia

Gerald Maina (WSUP): Adoption of Condominium Sludge Handling in Informal Settlements

Hina Derabe Maobe, M. Onodera and M. Takahashi (Hokkaido University): Greywater Treatment and Resources Recovery Using High Rate Algal Pond

Konstantina Velkushanova (UKZN): Properties of Faecal Sludge from On-site Sanitation Facilities in Durban, South Africa

L. Zuma (UKZN): Physico-Chemical Properties of Faecal Sludge from Dry and Wet Pit Latrines (poster)

Mariam Sou/Dakouré, A. H. Maïga, S. Sossou, H. Yacouba, S. Drissa, P. Tagro (2iE): Solar Urine Disinfection as Solution to Reduce Storage Time in an Integrated AgroSanitation System

Peter Hawkins (WSP): The Biggest Leak in the Delivery Chain: Why We Need to Focus on Fecal Sludge Management

Peter Hawkins, I. Blackett and C. Heymans (WSP): Targeting the Urban Poor and Improving Services in Small Towns, Poor-Inclusive Urban Sanitation: An Overview

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7) Alternative sewer systems and urban stormwater management in developing countries

Christophe Le Jallé, D. Désille and G. Burkhardt (pS-Eau): Urban Stormwater Management in Developing Countries

Christophe Le Jallé and J. M. Ily (pS-Eau): Alternative Sewerage Systems for the Provision of Sanitation Services

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The compilation of documents was assisted by Ostella Consulting (Elisabeth von Muench).

If you want to say something about this conference, please make use of the discussion forum here:
http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/21-events/3227-now-with-feedback-3rd-iwa-development-congress-catalysing-urban-water-14-17-oct-2013-nairobi-kenya#6054

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Agostina Chiavola: A simple, economic and efficient treatment solution for small communities in the State of Bahia (paper)

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Andreas Schmidt: DEWATS Scaling Up (presentation)

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Annika Nordin: Peepoo - a sanitation solution addressing the urban poor (presentation)

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Atekelt A. Ketema: CLARA Simplifying Planning Tool Experiences: Case of Arba Minch Town, Ethiopia (presentation)

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Chris Buckley: Water technologies of the future (presentation)

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Chris Buckley: Performance of a DEWATS plant (presentation)

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Size: 2.07 MB

Christine M. Hooijmans: Assessing the feasibility of faecal sludge cotreatment in a sewage treatment plant (presentation)

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Size: 1.72 MB

Christophe Le Jalle: Urban Stormwater Management in Developing Countries (paper)

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Size: 0.26 MB

Christophe Le Jallé: Urban Stormwater Management in Developing Countries (presentation)

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Size: 0.39 MB

Christophe Le Jallé: Alternative sewerage systems for the provision of sanitation services (presentation)

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Size: 1.16 MB

Daniel Dias: Overall performance evaluation of shallow maturation ponds in series treating UASB reactor effluent (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.15 MB

Dinesh Mehta: Urban Development and WATSAN services in Low and Middle Income Countries (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 3.05 MB

Dyah Wulandari Putri: Review of Applied Wastewater Treatment Technology for Floating and Flooded Communities (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.78 MB

Elias Manjate: Utilization of a single-stage vertical flow constructed wetland to treat raw domestic sewage in a developing country (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.92 MB

Elke Muellegger: Operation and maintenance strategies for a sustainable dry sanitation system in Arba Minch (Ethiopia) (paper)

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.74 MB

Elke Müllegger: Operation and maintenance strategies for a sustainable dry sanitation system in Arba Minch (Ethiopia) (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.17 MB

Felipe J. Pires: Design, construction and monitoring of domestic wastewater treatment systems in rural settlements in Brazil (paper)

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.25 MB

Firas Feki: The grey and black water separation as solution for water scarcity and sanitation in MSBs in Arba Minch, Ethiopia (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.61 MB

Gerald Maina: Adoption of Condominium Sludge Handling in Informal Settlements (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.69 MB

Günter Langergraber: Methods and tools for assessing and planning sanitation (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.91 MB

Günter Langergraber: Constructed Wetlands in Africa / Developing countries (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 2.42 MB

Hina Derabe Maobe: Greywater treatment and resources recovery using high rate algal pond in the Sahel (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 2.28 MB

Jacqueline K. Musyoki: Financing Mechanisms for Water and Sanitation to Underserved Areas of Kenya (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 2.4 MB

Jonathan Parkinson: Global Community of Practice for Sanitation and Hygiene (introduction)

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.25 MB

Jonathan Parkinson: A Community of Practice event on Urban Sanitation and Sanitation Safety Planning - Group Work (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.09 MB

Jonathan Parkinson: Framework for Sanitation system risk assessment and its application in Maputo, Mozambique (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.85 MB

Jonathan Parkinson: Sanitation 21: A Planning Framework for Improving City-wide Sanitation Services (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.36 MB

Jutta Camargo: AKSANSI (presentation)

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Size: 1.04 MB

Kate Medlicott: Sanitation Safety Planning: Step-by-step guide for safe use and disposal of wastewater (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.56 MB

Konstantina Velkushanova: Properties of faecal sludge from on-site sanitation (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 2.86 MB

Larissa Duma: DESWAM (presentation)

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Size: 2.35 MB

L Zuma: Properties of Faecal Sludge (poster)

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Size: 0.76 MB

Manuel Alvarinho: Mozambique Urban Sanitation Charter (presentation)

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Size: 0.53 MB

Mariam Sou/Dakouré: Solar Urine Disinfection as solution to reduce storage time in an integrated AgroSanitation system (paper)

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.22 MB

Markus Lechner: CLARA Simplified Planning Tool (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.84 MB

Markus Lechner: Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment in Uganda (presentation)

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Size: 4.53 MB

Masooma Mirzaei: Start-up and performance evaluation of DEWATS plants in Afghanistan (paper)

Format: pdf file
Size: 2.05 MB

Masoume Mirzaei: Start-up and performance of DEWATS plants in Afghanistan (presentation)

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Size: 3.14 MB

Meera Mehta: Urban Sanitation. Assessing Priorities and Options (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 4.37 MB

Meera Mehta: Performance Assessment Systems PAS Project. Urban Water Supply and Sanitation (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 5.85 MB

Neil Macleod: Change and Innovation in Utility Management in Low and Middle Income Countries (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 3.35 MB

Pedro Kraemer: Citywide Planning (presentation)

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Size: 2.44 MB

Peter Hawkins: Poor-Inclusive Urban Sanitation: An Overview (paper)

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Size: 2.08 MB

Peter Hawkins: The Biggest Leak in the Delivery Chain: Why We Need to Focus on Fecal Sludge Management (presentation)

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.78 MB

Philippe Reymond: Scaling Up Small-Scale Sanitation: A Policy Brief to Move Forward (presentation)

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Size: 1.73 MB

Raphael Gacheiya: Towards Improved Sustainable Sanitation in Learning Institutions; Experiences from Nakuru and Njoro, Kenya (paper)

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Size: 0.65 MB

Raphael Gacheiya: Towards Improved Sustainable Sanitation in Learning Institutions; Experiences from Nakuru and Njoro, Kenya (presentation)

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Size: 1.47 MB

Sophia Pan: Why getting a toilet does not solve the sanitation crisis: Experience from Cape Town (presentation)

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Size: 1.46 MB

Susmita Sinha: Capacity Building (presentation)

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Size: 2.56 MB

Valerie Naidoo: CLARA : South Africa Pilot (presentation)

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