Published in: 2010
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The SuSanA workshop aimed at capacity building for the Water Supply and Sanitation Authorities (WSSA) from seven towns in Tanzania which participate in the program called „Seven Towns Upgrading Program“ financed by the EU water facility and KfW (grant financed). This program is contracted out by the Tanzanian Ministry of Finance and managed by the Ministry of Water and Irrigation. It covers feasibility studies and detailed tender and design documents. In order to build capacity within the water supply and sanitation authorities, the concept of sustainable sanitation was introduced to the managing directors of the WSSAs in this workshop.
The workshop was jointly organised by MTWASA (Water and sanitation authority of Mtwara), GTZ and DED in Tanzania.
Content (available for download below):
Sanitation in 7 Town Upgrading Program - Jourdan
Pit Emptying Business in Temeke - Kitenge and Chiwanga
Central sewer and waste water treatment systems - Muellegger
De-centralised sewer and treatment systems - Mbekenga
Wet on-site sanitation and Devolution Trust Fund - GTZ Zambia
O&M of UDDTs (Urine Diversion Dehydration toilets) - Kasisi
Recap of day 2
Dry on-site sanitation - Muellegger
Experience from 3 years EcoSan Promotion Project Kenya - Onyango
Financing Cost and Benefit of sanitation systems - Blume
Various Authors (2010). SuSanA Workshop in Mtwara, Tanzania - Conference materials.
English Presentations Sub-Saharan Africa
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