In Ghana, Kenya and Bangladesh, significant political changes are having an impact on the way in which urban sanitation is delivered – these projects aim to provide an analysis of how shifting policy contexts could lead to better service delivery for low-income urban residents.
- An assessment of organisational capacity for sanitation planning, investment and management in three Bangladeshi cities
- International comparative study of models for Ghana’s proposed National Sanitation Authority (NSA)
- International comparative study of institutional frameworks for urban sanitation in countries with significant decentralisation: lessons for Kenya
- Barriers to women adopting decision-making roles in sanitation public bodies, and attitudinal differences between male and female decision-makers