The overall aim of this working group is to develop strategies on how cities can adopt an appropriate planning, implementation, and management process that leads towards more sustainable sanitation solutions
At the beginning of this new millennium, the earth has arrived at a historical point of inflexion. For the first time in
This is particularly true for mega-cities in developing countries that are most affected by these rampant urbanisation trends. The character of urban growth is often informal (unplanned) and takes place predominantly in peri-urban areas and the city fringes, resulting in a high number of unserved people, who are exposed to severe health and environmental risks.
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The overall aim of this working group will be to develop strategies on how cities can adopt an appropriate planning, implementation, and management process that leads towards more sustainable sanitation solutions.
- Factsheet "Planning for sustainable sanitation"
Thematicpaper “Sustainable sanitation for cities”
- Book “Sustainable sanitation in cities: a framework for action” which also includes a collection of cases and good practice examples for sustainable sanitation in cities.
- SuSanA working group 6 meeting ''World Toilet Summit Taj Land's End, Mumbai 20.11.2018''
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Working Group Leads
i-San Associates, Uganda