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This qualitative research study aims to provide key lessons to improve sanitation outcomes for rural Indian households.

The study was conducted over a period of 3 months (from January to March 2017) in two Indian rural districts: one with a high population density and situated in a heavy clay silt agricultural plain (Samastipur district, Bihar) and the other with a low population density situated in a sandy tropical coast (Ganjam district, Odisha).

The study examines sanitation challenges and problems from the perspective of different stakeholders: government bodies (enables), sanitation programs (aggregators), financing institutions (supporters), sanitation entrepreneurs (implementers) and rural households (customers). It concludes with lessons for each stakeholder group.

TitleSanitation market study : challenges & opportunities to create high impact sanitation interventions : Samastipur Dist, Bihar [and] Ganjam Dist, Odisha : Jan Mar 2017
Publication TypeResearch Report
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsTejas, A.
Pagination22 p. : 18 fig., tab.
Date Published08/2017
PublisherIRC, Ennovent and Ecociate Consultants
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

This qualitative research study aims to provide key lessons to improve sanitation outcomes for rural Indian households.

The study was conducted over a period of 3 months (from January to March 2017) in two Indian rural districts: one with a high population density and situated in a heavy clay silt agricultural plain (Samastipur district, Bihar) and the other with a low population density situated in a sandy tropical coast (Ganjam district, Odisha).

The study examines sanitation challenges and problems from the perspective of different stakeholders: government bodies (enables), sanitation programs (aggregators), financing institutions (supporters), sanitation entrepreneurs (implementers) and rural households (customers). It concludes with lessons for each stakeholder group.

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