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WSUP's Sam Drabble shares his experiences with measuring urban sanitation systems.

TitleMeasuring sanitation systems
Publication TypeAudiovisual
Year of Publication2022
AuthorsDrabble, S
Secondary TitleWASH Systems Academy podcast
Pagination06m 47s
Date Published02/2022
Place PublishedThe Hague, the Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
KeywordsSector Functionality Framework

Driving WASH systems change starts with mapping the system. Listen to this podcast (7 mins) with Sam Drabble of Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) sharing his experiences with measuring sanitation systems. WSUP has created a Sector Functionality Framework for urban water and sanitation as a diagnostic tool and as a way of visualising elements (or building blocks) of the sanitation system. The tool was developed and applied in Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, Zambia. Sam Drabble is the acting Head of Evaluation, Research & Learning at WSUP. What has inspired the development of the Sector Functionality Framework?

This podcast was created for the WASH Systems Academy course 'Driving WASH systems change'. For more information see



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