Despite most residents of African and Asian cities depending on non-sewered sanitation, only a handful of sanitation authorities have addressed the management of faecal sludge from these systems. This Practice Note describes the launch of a faecal sludge management (FSM) service in the peri-urban area of Kanyama, in Zambia.
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How do you design and implement an effective urban WASH programme? In WSUP’s recent publication “The Urban Programming Guide” we set out the many activities involved, from planning and capacity building to improving services and promoting behaviour change. This short animation brings the publication to life and takes you on a virtual tour of some of these activities in action: enjoy the ride!
You can download the Urban Programming Guide for free from our website.
Posted in Africa, Education & training, Hygiene Promotion, Resources, Sanitary Facilities, South Asia
Tagged Animation, capacity building, FSM, hygiene, sanaition, urban, utilities, WASH programming, water