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Sustainable sanitation in cities: a framework for action

Sustainable sanitation in cities: a framework for action 1 Jan 2011 | Christoph Lüthi, Arne Panesar, Thorsten Schütze, Anna Norström, Jennifer McConville, Jonathan Parkinson, Darren Saywell, Rahul Ingle

This framework examines some of the methods that have worked well in urban sanitation. Published by the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA), of which WaterAid is a member.

The urban programming guide

The urban programming guide 2 Mar 2014 | Andy Peal and Sam Drabble

A guide to urban sanitation programming produced by Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP), of which, WaterAid is a founding member. WSUP works to strengthen water utilities to demonstrate and scale up successful models for services to improve services for low-income consumers in developing cities.
Water utilities that work for poor people

Water utilities that work for poor people 1 Oct 2009 | Yael Velleman

This publication discusses the need for specific pro-poor measures to ensure water service provision to poor urban populations. Available to view in English, French and Portuguese.
Including disabled people in sanitation and hygiene services

Including disabled people in sanitation and hygiene services 3 Dec 2014 | WaterAid

This briefing note explores how the needs of disabled people in developing countries are consistently overlooked when it comes to providing sanitation and how more and better research could influence policy and improve programmes.

We can't wait

We can't wait 19 Nov 2014 | WaterAid

This joint report from WaterAid and Unilever explains why the EU must champion sanitation, hygiene and water in the Sustainable Development Goals.

Child of mine

Child of mine 19 Nov 2014 | WaterAid

This briefing paper calls for UN member states to adopt ambitious Sustainable Development Goals that recognise the importance of sanitation in eliminating extreme poverty and improving health. This publication is available to view in English, French and Portuguese.