• Sustainable Sanitation for All: Experiences, challenges, and innovations

    Great strides have been made in improving sanitation in many developing countries. Yet, 2.4 billion people worldwide still lack access to adequate sanitation facilities and the poorest and most vulnerable members of society are often not reached and their specific needs are not met. Moreover, sustainability is currently one of the key challenges in CLTS and wider WASH practice, subsuming issues...

    • Knowledge hub
    • Petra Bongartz, Naomi Vernon and John Fox
  • Faecal Waste Flow Calculator

    The tool is developed to determine faecal waste volumes along the entire sanitation service chain, allowing city planners, service authorities or any other users to determine where the biggest losses are and where interventions should be targeted. Less easily quantifiable issues such as the existence of policies and legislation, availability and transparency of plans and budgets, presence and...

  • Resilient Cities Report 2016

    Resilient Cities is the global forum on urban resilience and adaptation convened in Bonn, Germany. The congress series provides an international platform to share the latest information, good practices, challenges, and innovations for creating more resilient cities. The 7th edition of Resilient Cities focused on driving forward implementation and financing of urban resilience toward the goal of...

  • Resources

    Resources: A review of resources and published papers on water, sanitation and hygiene in developing countries...

  • The End of Ownership

    In an approach that has gained ground in rural areas of several less-developed countries, the manufacturer or supplier of a water or sanitation system leases the...

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