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- Re: How can companies incentivise sanitation - by: dmulatya December 8, 2016My name is Diana, and am working in Kenya on a USAID funded project that integrates interventions in sanitation and Nutrition sensitive actions. I have a keen interest on health economics, the principles underlying thereof and find this discussion quite insightful. In Kenya, the project is looking at possibilities for working with MFI's to provide low i […]
- Using Wastewater to Flush out Drug Dealers - by: F H Mughal December 8, 2016Using Wastewater to "Flush" out Drug Dealers Those of us, well-versed with wastewater management, will find it hard to believe that wastewater can be used for crime prevention, or more appropriately, to “flush” out the drug dealers! Here it is how, in brief – more can be read at: www.nature.com/news/using-waste-water-to...drug-dealers-1.20581 In so […]
- Funding support available for early career professionals to attend WEDC Conference 2017 - by: Petra December 8, 2016The CLTS Knowledge Hub is pleased to announce that we have funding available to support a small number of early career practitioners and/or researchers to attend and present at the 40th WEDC International Conference 24-28 July 2017 at Loughborough University, UK.wedc.lboro.ac.uk/conference/40/ The funding will cover all costs related to conference registrati […]
- Re: How can companies incentivise sanitation - by: nityajacob December 8, 2016Hi all, I feel incentives for sanitation work better in the long term than punitive measures. If an act attracts a reward and becomes aspirational, it is likely to have permanent effects than a penalising people for not doing that act. Accordingly, recognitions and rewards for good work on sanitation can have a great impact on how it is perceived. Some ways […]
- Re: Apart from CSR, what are the possible ways a corporate can get engaged in the sector - by: simon December 8, 2016I wish to throw a few more dimensions to this interesting debate. The thoughts below take the “necessity” angle rather than the business/entrepreneurial angle of how policy and government regulations can contribute to enhancing access to sanitation: 1. World over, governments, in the interest of development and growth, play a critical role in the innovation […]
- Re: How can companies incentivise sanitation - by: dmulatya December 8, 2016
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