What is this guide?

The guide provides an introduction to urban WASH programming: how to design and implement a pro-poor urban water, sanitation and hygiene programme. The recommendations are drawn primarily from WSUP’s extensive experience in sub-Saharan Africa and elsewhere.

Who is this guide for?

This guide is primarily designed for WASH professionals working in governments, development agencies, funding agencies or civil society organisations. It will also be useful for professionals working for service providers including water utilities, local authorities and in the private sector.

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wsupOur mission is to improve the lives of the urban poor in developing countries by strengthening the capacity of service providers and others to provide sustainable water and sanitation services, promote good hygiene and raise the health and environmental standards of the community.

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Year
2014

Country
Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, Zambia

Theme
Business, Finance, Gender, Monitoring and Evaluation, Non Revenue Water (NRW), Sanitation, Sustainability, Tools, Utilities Management, WASH Planning, Water

Language
English

Type of Resource
Publications: Guide