Published in: 2015
WaterAid America Inc.
danijela milosevic (milli)
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This library entry contains background documents and results for a grant that Sarah Dobsevage is leading and which is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Further information is also available on the SuSanA discussion forum, see link below.
The purpose of this project is to improve the effectiveness, efficiency, inclusion and sustainability of total sanitation approaches for the poor and underserved in Nigerian states, and through the learning so generated contribute to national and regional good practices.
Documents available for download below:
1 - Poster about the progress of the project at the FSM3 Conference in Hanoi, Jan. 2015
2 - A brief which provides evidence to improve the targeting of CLTS in Nigeria
3 - The ‘Deep Dive’ (i.e. market research) report undertaken as part of the Sanitation Marketing component of this project
4 - Two posters presented in May 2016 at the WASH Futures Conference in Brisbane (Australia), which investigate how to improve targeting and outcomes of CLTS and explore how we can accelerate sustainable sanitation coverage to achieve universal access by 2030
Various authors (2015). Sustainable total sanitation in Nigeria - Various documents on results from research grant. WaterAid America Inc.
English Fundamental research and engineering Sub-Saharan Africa
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