These case studies provide practical information for implementing innovative WASH interventions, and brief discussions on challenges and lessons learned by the SNV Tanzania team and their partners in communities.
- Re: Toolkit, guideline and excel model for a standardised approach to cost-benefit analysis - by: kharallaxman August 11, 2020Thanks, got this document, as I was searching for recent document on the subject. Is there something in excel as well? Would appreciate receiving if there is. Best regards, Laxman
- SuSanA India Chapter Thematic Discussion: Liquid Waste Management in SBM 2 - by: nityajacob August 10, 2020The Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation (DDWS) under the Ministry of Jal Shakti, Government of India recently brought out the strategy and guidelines for SBM Phase 2, 2020-21 to 2024-25 to consolidate gains made in SBM Phase 1, where the goal was eliminating open defecation. The outlay for the period is estimated at ₹ 140,881 crores. In addition to […]
- Children as WASH and COVID-19 ambassadors and role models in schools, Kachele Trust School, Lusaka Zambia. - by: Kachele August 9, 2020Following the government directive to close all schools in light of the COVID-19 pandemic in March of this year and only allow classes for children in Examination classes to continue, Kachele Trust School opted to embark on a COVID-19 response project by school going children aged 11-12 as a way of giving children a voice in these challenging times. With sch […]
- Ethics in WASH research? - Enforcing Payment for Water and Sanitation Services in Nairobi's Slums - by: paresh August 9, 2020Dear All, I came across this NBER working paper through a twitter thread by @joshbudlender To me this RCT is unethical. The finding is not very new, I mean anybody would pay up if the threat of disconnecting water supply is real. Studying this as a natural experiment when the utility is performing the treatment as administrative action can be justified (st […]
- Webinar: Decentralised wastewater treatment and local reuse for city-wide sanitation and improved river health; 12th August 4-6pm IST - by: Mahreen August 9, 2020Centre for Science and Environment's (CSE) School of Water and Waste (Anil AgarwalEnvironment Training Institute) invites you to a webinar on decentralised wastewater treatment, its applications, experiences in the Global South and challenges for wider application. A designated Centre of Excellence in Sustainable Urban Water Management, CSE works closel […]
- Re: Toolkit, guideline and excel model for a standardised approach to cost-benefit analysis - by: kharallaxman August 11, 2020