WSUP is seeking an experienced consultant to conduct a rigorous end-of-programme evaluation. WSUP’s DFID-funded programme runs from December 2012 – March 2016 and targets the adoption and replication of effective urban water, sanitation and hygiene models by WASH service providers, national governments and international financing institutions across the six countries where WSUP has an established presence (Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique and Zambia). It is further characterised by a comprehensive programme of research, publications and communications aimed at informing and influencing the international WASH sector. Strong knowledge of methodologies for programme evaluation and experience of evaluating capacity development and institutional influencing interventions are essential. Interested evaluators are encouraged to review the attached terms of reference and submit their proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12th November 2015.
- Toilet Revolution published in China - by: AjitSeshadri May 24, 2019Dear Members. We feel very good that Toilets and Sanitation is being taken up on Revol -ution mode. Earlier the prpopagation was on Mission mode with objectives and targets realised upon implementation. Linking Toilets with Clivus-multrum is also beneficial as the sludges get converted into usable resources viz. compost and then manure. These strategies are […]
- How to find toilet-related standards in other countries? - by: csk May 23, 2019Thanks, Elisabeth. In the past days, I found some ISO, US, EU, Germany, Japan, Australia, French toilet-related standards online. For Chinese toilet-related standards, I recalculated, if plus national, industrial, local standards, the total number should be over 100. They are not ISO standards. There are about 20 national standards. Because of the toilet rev […]
- Do we undervalue Water and Sanitation? - by: JKMakowka May 23, 2019As the author writes himself, in most cases the water tarifs are what they are (despite not covering costs) for good reasons. These reasons might be multilayered and not entirely obvious to the outside researcher, but attempts to overhaul such systems usually fail. If in fact the government is subsidizing the extra costs and there is an excess consumption du […]
- Toilet Revolution published in China - by: csk May 23, 2019Dear Daniel, Heinz-Peter Mang is my colleague in China, he is too busy and has no time to be in this forum. I am happy to be the bridge. Scott Chen is also a friend of ours to promote sanitation in China. Kind regards Shikun CHENG
- toilet revolution in selected countries - by: csk May 23, 2019Dear Elisabeth, I appreciate your answers so much. I was working with Zifu Li, Heinz-Peter Mang, Elisabeth Huba Mang since I became a master student in 2007. They are my tutors for my research careers. And I throw myself into sanitation and toilet completely at present. I think I met you many years ago in Beijing for some conference organized by us. I am new […]
- Toilet Revolution published in China - by: AjitSeshadri May 24, 2019