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A district level roadmap for universal access to sustainable sanitation services

This document provides guidance, available tools, and case studies from Agenda for Change members on district-level planning for sustainable sanitation services. This roadmap is based on primary and secondary sources of information and builds on the work carried out by other WASH organizations such as Plan International and UNICEF.

The document begins with definitions of key terms and an introduction to Agenda for Change and the district wide approach. Chapter 2 describes the scope and main differences between water and sanitation services (and associated planning). Chapter 3 presents the step-by-step process of developing a WASH district roadmap focusing on sanitation service delivery. Each step is described in terms of its objective, the key questions that need to be answered, the outputs and the methods or tools that are currently available. Annex 1 presents examples of some Agenda for Change members' district wide approaches to sanitation services, gathered through a set of interviews, and Annex 2 provides a list of useful resources for sanitation services.

TitleA district level roadmap for universal access to sustainable sanitation services
Publication TypeBriefing Note
Year of Publication2021
AuthorsSánchez Trancón, D., Boulenouar, J., Tillett, W.
Pagination41 p. : 6 fig., 7 tab.
Date Published04/2021
PublisherAgenda for Change: Aguaconsult, Helvetas, IRC, WatertAid and Water For People
Place PublishedWashington, DC, USA
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordsdistrict-wide approach, roadmaps
Abstract

This document provides guidance, available tools, and case studies from Agenda for Change members on district-level planning for sustainable sanitation services. This roadmap is based on primary and secondary sources of information and builds on the work carried out by other WASH organizations such as Plan International and UNICEF.

The document begins with definitions of key terms and an introduction to Agenda for Change and the district wide approach. Chapter 2 describes the scope and main differences between water and sanitation services (and associated planning). Chapter 3 presents the step-by-step process of developing a WASH district roadmap focusing on sanitation service delivery. Each step is described in terms of its objective, the key questions that need to be answered, the outputs and the methods or tools that are currently available. Annex 1 presents examples of some Agenda for Change members' district wide approaches to sanitation services, gathered through a set of interviews, and Annex 2 provides a list of useful resources for sanitation services.

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Includes a glossary of key terms, a list of resources and 13 ref.

URLhttps://washagendaforchange.org/blog/new-report-district-roadmap-sustainable-sanitation/
Citation Key87701

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