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The Sanitation Cityscape Conceptual Framework – Understanding Urban Sanitation Systems

The Sanitation Cityscape considers complex urban sanitation service delivery systems. It locates existing tools and enabling environment analysis to look beyond the linear framing of sanitation services to gain a better understanding of the surrounding context and externalities. It captures what is happening around sanitation service delivery and why, highlighting the key interfaces between sanitation stakeholder and some unusual suspects who are sometimes overlooked in the sanitation value chain. This paper will present the framework itself as well as a case study application of the framework to an urban sanitation baseline survey.

TitleThe Sanitation Cityscape Conceptual Framework – Understanding Urban Sanitation Systems
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsScott, P.
Secondary TitleAll systems go! WASH Systems Symposium, The Hague, the Netherlands, 12-14 March 2019
Pagination10 p.: 5 fig.
Date Published03/2019
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordscityscape, conceptual framework, environment, sanitation, urban
Abstract

The Sanitation Cityscape considers complex urban sanitation service delivery systems. It locates existing tools and enabling environment analysis to look beyond the linear framing of sanitation services to gain a better understanding of the surrounding context and externalities. It captures what is happening around sanitation service delivery and why, highlighting the key interfaces between sanitation stakeholder and some unusual suspects who are sometimes overlooked in the sanitation value chain. This paper will present the framework itself as well as a case study application of the framework to an urban sanitation baseline survey.

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