ESAWAS report Citywide Inclusive Sanitation resources

Citywide Inclusive Sanitation: How can resourcing be managed effectively?

Published: Language: English

Effective resource planning and management are required to ensure that mandated entities are sufficiently resourced to be able to fulfil their mandate. This publication forms part of a series looking at Citywide Inclusive Sanitation in terms of three closely related requirements for achieving safe, inclusive and sustainable urban sanitation: clear responsibility, strong accountability, and fit-for-purpose resource […]

Theme: Research

Citywide Inclusive Sanitation: How can accountability be strengthened?

Published: Language: English

Accountability mechanisms are required to make sure that mandated responsibilities are fulfilled. This publication forms part of a series looking at Citywide Inclusive Sanitation in terms of three closely related requirements for achieving safe, inclusive and sustainable urban sanitation: clear responsibility, strong accountability, and fit-for-purpose resource planning and management. This paper is one of three complementary […]

Theme: Regulation

Citywide Inclusive Sanitation: Who is responsible?

Published: Language: English

Responsibility defines what entity has a mandate to deliver a service. This publication forms part of a series looking at Citywide Inclusive Sanitation in terms of three closely related requirements for achieving safe, inclusive and sustainable urban sanitation: clear responsibility, strong accountability, and fit-for-purpose resource planning and management. This paper is one of three complementary publications […]

Theme: Regulation

Citywide Inclusive Sanitation: Resource Planning and Management

Published: Language: English

For urban sanitation systems to function safely, at scale, over time, and inclusively, they must be organized to support three functions: responsibility, accountability, and resource planning and management. This short publication looks at the function of resource planning and management, drawing on a desk review of over 40 urban sanitation investments in twenty-eight countries across Africa, Asia and Latin […]

Theme: Container-based sanitation, Faecal sludge management, Market development, Public/shared toilets, Regulation, Research, Sanitation, Sewerage, Utilities, WASH

Citywide Inclusive Sanitation: Accountability

Published: Language: English

For urban sanitation systems to function safely, at scale, over time, and inclusively, they must be organized to support three functions: responsibility, accountability, and resource planning and management. In this paper, we explore the accountability mechanisms that can be applied to the different service provision mandate structures identified in our parallel paper on responsibilities. Click for a longer […]

Theme: Container-based sanitation, Faecal sludge management, Market development, Public/shared toilets, Regulation, Research, Sanitation, Sewerage, Utilities, WASH

Citywide Inclusive Sanitation: Responsibility

Published: Language: English

For urban sanitation systems to function safely, at scale, over time, and inclusively, they must be organized to support three functions: responsibility, accountability, and resource planning and management. This short publication looks at the function of responsibility: the extent to which sanitation authorities are clearly mandated. Click for a longer version of this publication, which explains the responsibility function […]

Theme: Container-based sanitation, Faecal sludge management, Market development, Public/shared toilets, Regulation, Research, Sanitation, Sewerage, Utilities, WASH