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Munyana, S. et al. (2013)
This library entry contains background documents and results for a grant that Sherina Munyana is leading and which is funded by the WSH Program of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation under the grant category "Other".
Further information and a discussion is available on the SuSanA discussion Forum, see link below.
Short description of the project:
With funding from the Bill & Melinda …
Gröber, K. et al. (2012)
Parkinson, J., Hutton, G., Pfeiffer, V., Blume, S., Feiereisen, P. (2012)
Various authors (2009)
Graf, J., Kayser, O., Brossard, S. (2014)
This Report was prepared in close collaboration with and in support of the work of the Toilet Board Coalition. Hystra , through this publication, aims to provide strategies and solutions that tie in with those of the Toilet Board Coalition, by providing insights and recommendations about promising initiatives and business models, and how to accelerate and replicate them.
The report analyses …
The Springfield Centre (2015)
This operational guide was funded by Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and UK Department for International Development (DFID)
Sijbesma, C. (2011)
Devine, J., Kullmann, C. (2011)
Karamchandani, A., Kubzansky, M., Frandano, P. (2009)
Pedi, D., Jenkins, M., Aun, H., McLennan, L., Revell, G. (2011)
Brossard, S., Graf, J., Kayser, O. (2015)
The past decades have seen a growing appreciation of the role of market-based approaches in driving global development. Many coalitions of public and private players have emerged to promote them. How best to trigger and support these market-based approaches? How to leverage the expertise and resources of diverse members in coalitions? This paper presents insights from the Toilet Board Coalition …
Schaub-Jones, D. (2012)
Inadequate access to sanitation remains a significant problem globally and is linked to the transmission of numerous communicable diseases with a disproportionately large effect on children. The scale of investment required to deliver sanitation goods and services to those who lack access is beyond the capacity of public finance alone. The private sector has already proven itself a key player in …
Schuen, R., Parkinson, J., Knapp, A. (2009)
Sy, J., Warner, R., Jamieson, J. (2014)
Baskovitch, M. (2011)
Trémolet S., Evans B. (2011)
Singeling, M., Claasen, F., Casella, D., van Daalen, T., Fonseca, C. (2009)
Perez, E. (2011)
Trémolet, S. (2011)
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