This issue of the WASHplus Weekly contains case studies and evaluations of financing methods for water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and Indoor Air Pollution (IAP) projects. Included in the WASH sector is an IRC review of sanitation financing models, a GTZ review on financing rural water supply, and case studies from Kenya and Mali. Please let WASHplus know if you have additional resources on this topic or suggestions for future issues of the Weekly.
- Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Correctional Facilities (Prisons) Is A Neglected Human Right. - by: muench January 20, 2019Thanks Alisa, looking forward to it! Meanwhile, I received the following information by a colleague via e-mail: He said that our thread in SuSanA about WASH in Prisons caught his attention. He has been reviewing information about cholera outbreaks in prisons (some papers are in preparation). He has provided links to five media reports of recent outbreaks:- C […]
- Manual Scavenging - by: AjitSeshadri January 20, 2019Dear Mrmbers. No doubt it is a pity that manual scavenging is a tough and in a way, a job many will dislike to do. But it always ought to be done, only that the person/s doing it ought to have SWPs ..ie safe work practices . They need to wear PPEs protective gear . Also SOPs to be adhered to on operative practices. System and others are duly secure and perso […]
- Determining the appropriate number of Public Toilets in large park areas - by: muench January 19, 2019Do you have some photos of those old existing facilities (just from the outside is fine; I think we've all seen enough photos of filthy toilets but I am just curious how these 60-year old toilets look from the outside? And perhaps a map of the park showing the locations of the toilets (23 toilet blocks seems like quite a lot for a park)? I don’t underst […]
- Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Correctional Facilities (Prisons) Is A Neglected Human Right. - by: AKSantaCruz January 18, 2019Hello Elisabeth, GiveLove is working with WelthungerHilfe on a pilot project to introduce compost sanitation at schools in the Karamoja region. The pilot (started in October 2016) included the prison at Nakapiripirit prison, nine schools, and approximately 75 households. The local sub-county government approved the project as a regional model to explore low- […]
- Which composting toilet to choose - recommendations, please? - by: TeresaE January 18, 2019In case you haven't found the information you were looking for. We did a lot of research before we purchased our composting toilet. We went with the Nature's Head due to its ease of use and reviews that we saw regarding it. We used the following which helped as it outlines the pros and cons of the toilets. Composting Toilet Guide
- Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Correctional Facilities (Prisons) Is A Neglected Human Right. - by: muench January 20, 2019