On 27 July 2011, more than 20 leading international water and development organizations signed and launched the WASH Sustainability Charter. This Charter is a collaboratively-developed mission and set of guiding principles to advance lasting solutions in water, sanitation and hygiene education (WASH). The Charter is available to read and endorse at www.WASHCharter.org.
What are your sanitation information sources?
- Re: Phase 3: Supporting sustainable sanitation through knowledge management and collaborative action within SuSanA - by: F H Mughal January 17, 2017Dear Arno, I learnt today (17 Jan 2017) through the Daily WASH, published by World Hygiene Programme that Sustainable Sanitation Alliance receives grant of $2.7 million to further develop its global knowledge platform. This was published as “Today’s headline.” Congratulations! Just one query: Will it be possible to set aside a small amount, from the grant, f […]
- Re: Discussion paper regarding a framework model for sanitation markets - Inputs and comments wanted!! - by: Thakur January 17, 2017Dear Marijn, Thank you for your remarks on my opinion regarding Nepal's success in sanitation coverage. As you said, there is leadership role of the government at all levels. NGOs collaborating to design basket program and sharing the targets to achieve. Joint monitoring of the program was also a key factor which has been highly emphasized in the Nation […]
- Re: Best decentralized treatment solution for a city without a centralized sewage system? - by: cecile January 17, 2017Dear Marina, I would heavily rely on the Compendium of Sanitation Systems and Technologies to support research and action on which technologies are the most appropriate to the context and which tackles the whole sanitation chain. It is complemented by the CLUES manual for planning. I would also look at Sustainable Sanitation in Cities, a framework for action […]
- Re: Discussion paper regarding a framework model for sanitation markets - Inputs and comments wanted!! - by: Marijn Zandee January 17, 2017Dear Thakur, I think the NGO / government led approach has indeed been quite successful in rural Nepal in the last years. Though I remain skeptical about the sanitation coverage rates claimed. Without knowing in detail how it worked, I think part of the success is due to the NGOs working with the (local) governments under a wider government policy. For me th […]
- Re: Topic 1: FSM beyond awareness and tools - by: martadomini January 17, 2017Dear all, thanks for this interesting discussion and I am sorry arriving late! I am pHd student in Italy working on sanitation issues in particular in Africa. During my research I studied and tested different sanitation planning tools (Sanitation Safety Planning between them) and I agree with sujaya that many tools exist, and valid ones, but sometimes there […]
- Re: Phase 3: Supporting sustainable sanitation through knowledge management and collaborative action within SuSanA - by: F H Mughal January 17, 2017
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