Innovative monitoring tools such as the Qualitative Information System (QIS), sanitation ladders and SenseMaker® are being used in a programme that seeks to provide sustainable sanitation and hygiene services to almost 55 million people in Bangladesh.
- Re: Support to AMCOW capacity to influence sanitation policy (African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW) - with focus on policy in Burundi, Chad, Sierra Leone and Zimbabwe - by: arno May 3, 2016Hello Kitch I noticed an updated page on the AfricaSan website www.africasan.com/pages/43/proceedings-of-africasan-4 which has several PDF files for downloading. It contains some presentations and also rapporteur notes. It seems to me there is a lot of valuable policy material there but it needs to be pulled together into something a little more conclusive. […]
- Re: Production and Market Demonstration of Fecal Sludge By-Products At Scale (Sanergy, Kenya) - by: muench May 3, 2016For people with an interest in black soldier fly larvae (insect-based animal feed) production from human excreta, read on: I recently saw this in one of Sanergy's recent newsletters: Preparing to launch PureProtein We have made significant progress on commercializing our insect-based animal feed operation. First, we’ve developed a brand name – PureProte […]
- Re: FSM per capita cost for Nepal or South Asia (seeking information) - by: muench May 3, 2016Dear Laxman, David recently mentioned a costing toolkit here in this post: forum.susana.org/forum/categories/53-fae...-concept-for-myanmar He wrote: We used the Septage Management Toolkit to check the numbers and they are presented in the attached Excel spreadsheet. This is a toolkit developed by USAID 9 years ago. Interestingly, we have used different versi […]
- Re: Sustainable Sanitation Practice #26 Composting - by: muench May 3, 2016Dear Paul, Thanks for pointing this out. I found this link on their website, it seems to work: www.ecosan.at/ssp/issue-26-composting Cheers, Elisabeth
- New Eawag/Sandec report on chemical pollution in low- and middle-income countries. - by: donahupa May 3, 2016What are the risks of chemical pollutants to human and environmental health? New Eawag/Sandec report on chemical pollution in low- and middle-income countries has been published, giving a global overview of this issue. It is available at: www.eawag.ch/en/department/sandec/public...chemical-pollution/.
- Re: Support to AMCOW capacity to influence sanitation policy (African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW) - with focus on policy in Burundi, Chad, Sierra Leone and Zimbabwe - by: arno May 3, 2016
- A dirty secret April 8, 2016Almost two-and-a-half billion people lack access to an adequate toilet, and around one billion hapetra
- Sanitation for all: Scaling up is hard to do March 31, 2016On World Water Day 2016, Jan Willem Rosenboom reflects on the challenges and opportunities for mepetra
- A Time for Global Action: Addressing Girls’ Menstrual Hygiene Management Needs in Schools March 16, 2016A lack of adequate guidance, facilities, and materials for girls to manage their menstruation in school is a neglected public health, social, and educational issue that requires prioritization, coordination, and investment.petra
- Webinar on the Partial Usage of Toilets- POSTPONED March 14, 2016This webinar is based on Norms, Knowledge and Usage the 7th edition of Frontiers of CLTS: Innovations and Insights. The webinar will question how serious the problem of partial usage of toilets is, why it occurs and what are the implications for policy, practice and research.petra
- Bad blood: the taboo on talking about periods is damaging lives March 3, 2016We have 5,000 euphemisms for menstruation, but we still can’t talk about it openly – and stop the stigma that’s harming women’s health and educationpetra
- A dirty secret April 8, 2016
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