Case study tutorials under the Swachh Bharat Mission of the Government of India.
The Kochi module reflects the best practices on source segregation of waste as exemplified by the Kochi Municipal Corporation. The case study shows how source segregation, composting, stringent legal system coupled with multi-stakeholder participation leads to effective waste managemnet in urban places which are …
Establishing schools as enabling places where children can thrive and learn – this is the objective of the Fit for School Approach, an innovative and integrated school health concept that was first developed in the Philippines and has also been introduced in other Southeast Asian countries, namely Cambodia, Indonesia and Laos.
The Fit for School Approach is based on three core principles: …
Worldwide, 2.7 billion people rely on onsite sanitation and more than 4.5 billion people do not have access to safely managed sanitation services. Yet, in many places there is still no management system in place to deal with the faecal sludge (e.g. septage and pit latrine sludge) from such systems. This results in the faecal waste often being dumped directly into the immediate residential …
The Second International Faecal Sludge Management Conference was held in Durban from the 29th to the 31st of October 2012. 320 delegates from around the world shared ideas and discussed challenges and opportunities in on-site sanitation.
Below you find the Conference Report and the list of papers in alphabetical order by main author last name.
The available FSM2 conference presentations in …
Featuring partners of key Government of
India ministries, and the Bill & Melinda Gates
Foundation, the fair showcased innovative
products and approaches that aim to bring
safe, affordable, and sustainable sanitation
to those who need it most. These include
efforts to create toilets that are not connected
to water, sewer, or electricity; to improve
the collection, treatment, and disposal …
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