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This case study addresses if existence of toilets can be considered improved sanitation. Using IRC’s Faecal Waste Flow Calculator to conduct a rapid assessment of the sanitation situation in a settlement in Delhi, the authors explain that while household toilets are necessary, they alone are not sufficient for improved sanitation.

TitleAssessing the sanitation situation in a resettlement colony in Delhi : using IRC's Faecal Waste Flow Calculator in India
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsSaha, S., Shiva, R.
Pagination9 p. : 2 fig.
Date Published08/2018
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedThe Hague, the Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

This case study addresses if existence of toilets can be considered improved sanitation. Using IRC’s Faecal Waste Flow Calculator to conduct a rapid assessment of the sanitation situation in a settlement in Delhi, the authors explain that while household toilets are necessary, they alone are not sufficient for improved sanitation.

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