Sharing Reflections on Inclusive Sanitation

Drawing on the sanitation innovations that were part of the City Wide Sanitation project which took place in Blantyre, Chinhoyi, Dar es Salaam, and Kitwe, this paper reflects upon what an inclusive approach to sanitation might involve. This includes what is possible for low-income households when there is little or no external support, no piped water supply and no city sewers to connect to.

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BUILDING KNOWLEDGE. IMPROVING THE WASH SECTOR.

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