Providing safely managed sanitation to those living in densely populated, dynamic informal settlements is challenging.
These projects aim to measure the potential health and wider user benefits of improved sanitation in slums, and to provide urban planners and policymakers with recommendations for context-appropriate solutions.
- Faecal pathogen flow modelling in urban environments: a proposed approach to inform sanitation planning in developing contexts
- Identification of indicator criteria for definition of high-quality shared sanitation in urban contexts (QUISS)
- Modelling faecal pathogen flows in urban environments