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Facilitation manual sanitation entrepreneur training

The Handbook is a guide to pre and post disaster response management. Chapter 10 examines the implications for Water and Sanitation in 5 sections, first providing some general considerations.
It then presents the procedures for estimating damage to water and sanitation systems through information on national institutions and information on each system of the sector in the affected territory. Part 3 'Estimating damage to drinking water and sanitary sewer systems, solid waste collection and disposal and flood control structures' contains 4 categorical considerations: determination and description of damage, estimation of damage, flood control works and information sources for unit costs. Part 4 'Losses in Water and Sanitation Systems' considers determination of losses and valuation of losses in water and sanitation systems. Part 5 concludes with financial needs for recovery and reconstruction. [authors abstract]
TitleFacilitation manual sanitation entrepreneur training
Publication TypeProgress Report
Year of Publication2014
Corporate AuthorsSanitation Marketing Team WSP EAP - Indonesia
Pagination47 p., 4.4 Fig., 3.3 Tab.,
Date Published04/2014
PublisherSanitation Marketing Team WSP EAP
Place Published Indonesia
TypeTraining Manual
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordsmarketing, monitoring, sanitation
Abstract
The Handbook is a guide to pre and post disaster response management. Chapter 10 examines the implications for Water and Sanitation in 5 sections, first providing some general considerations.
It then presents the procedures for estimating damage to water and sanitation systems through information on national institutions and information on each system of the sector in the affected territory. Part 3 'Estimating damage to drinking water and sanitary sewer systems, solid waste collection and disposal and flood control structures' contains 4 categorical considerations: determination and description of damage, estimation of damage, flood control works and information sources for unit costs. Part 4 'Losses in Water and Sanitation Systems' considers determination of losses and valuation of losses in water and sanitation systems. Part 5 concludes with financial needs for recovery and reconstruction. [authors abstract]
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