In Madagascar’s capital Antananarivo (Tana), water bills include various surcharges designed to help finance water and sanitation. In recent years, Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) has been working with local government and with the utility JIRAMA to optimise the use of these revenues to support water supply improvements in low-income communities. This brief describes how this interesting system works, and considers how it might be further developed.
- Hack the Cape Town Water Crisis - by: gien January 23, 2018Will do! Coincidentally, my wife just sent me a FB post from yesterday, that you had been participating on.
- How to increase the participation of "practitioners" in SuSanA? - And do we have lurkers or empowered listeners? - by: JKMakowka January 23, 2018eendres wrote: What other WASH fora do you know about? Any fora on global health? dgroups.org/ seems to also have a few global health "communities" (basically mailing lists), but no idea how active they are. The RWSN moderated WASH (mostly water) lists there are fairly active however. Overall I would say SuSanA stands out as being fairly active, bu […]
- Introduction: Saskia Machel (Berlin, Germany) - by: JKMakowka January 23, 2018Welcome to SuSanA I guess you will join the emergency environmental health forum in April? forum.susana.org/156-conferences-seminar...n-anyone-going#23347 If so, we could organise a small SuSanA meeting there... although I can not 100% say for sure if I will be there, as I might be redeployed to Bangladesh before.
- Decentralized sanitation a way to go for Ukraine? - by: BPopov January 22, 2018Dear Roumiana Thank you for interesting discussion too! That’s right – I do not want to rely on authorities . I want to rely on communities)))) At the moment it looks for me like broad scale on-site individual waste water treatment with nutrient and water recycling is unrealistic since it may require too much user's involvement, is rather complicated an […]
- Hack the Cape Town Water Crisis - by: gien January 23, 2018