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Sanitation partnerships : harnessing their potential for urban on-site sanitation

Partnership approaches can serve a useful purpose in on-site sanitation. However, collaboration is not easy. The scarcity of existing partnerships for sanitation implies that they are even more difficult to build and to maintain than in other sectors. The diversity that characterises sanitation calls for particular attention to process, careful consideration of context, and strong analysis of the framework within which they can operate.

TitleSanitation partnerships : harnessing their potential for urban on-site sanitation
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2006
AuthorsSchaub-Jones, D., Eales, K., Tyers, L.
Secondary TitleBPD Sanitation series
Pagination36 p.; 17 fig.; 11 boxes; index; 21 refs.; 8 cases
Date Published2006-02-01
PublisherBusiness Partners for Development (BPD) Water and Sanitation Cluster
Place PublishedLondon, UK
Keywordson-site disposal, sanitation, sdisan, urban areas
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Partnership approaches can serve a useful purpose in on-site sanitation. However, collaboration is not easy. The scarcity of existing partnerships for sanitation implies that they are even more difficult to build and to maintain than in other sectors. The diversity that characterises sanitation calls for particular attention to process, careful consideration of context, and strong analysis of the framework within which they can operate.

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