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Commuity-Led Total Sanitation in Rural Areas: An Approach that Works

Pengarang : Anjali Sen Gupta (Ed)

Use of Ceramic Water Filters In Cambodia

Pengarang : Brown J, Sobsey M and Proum S
Pustaka ini menguraikan hasil studi pilot project penggunaan keramik sebagai alat filtrasi air minum di Kamboja selama 4 tahun, 2002-2006. Dari hasil studi diketahui bahwa penggunaan keramik dapat meningkatkan kualitas air minum sehingga meningkatkan kesehatan masyarakat termasuk mengurangi timbulnya diare pada balita.

Dalam pustaka ini dijelaskan latar belakang pelaksanaan proyek; pihak-pihak yang terlibat menjadi produsen filter keramik; bagaimana filter itu dibuat; hasil penggunaan filter di masyarakat; diskusi hasil pilot project; dan rekomendasi serta ringkasan pelaksanaannya. Dalam pustaka ini disebutkan pula strategi perluasan penggunaan filter keramik di Kamboja serta keuntungan dan kerugiannya dalam pendekatan yang telah dilakukan kepada masyarakat.


Of the people, by the people, for the people: Community-based sewer systems in Malang, Indonesia

Pengarang : Sean Foley, Anton Soedjarwo, Richard Pollard

Sanitation & Hygiene Promotion in Lao PDR: Learning from the National Water Supply & Environmental Health Programme

Pengarang : Dr. Khonethip Phouangphet, Dr. Soutsakhone Chanthaphone, Santanu Lahiri, Chander Badloe
In Lao PDR, as in many countries, the provision of safe and reliable water supply and appropriate sanitation services, based on community-focused and sustainable approaches, remains a challenge.

One of the main focus area in Lao PDR's National Water Supply and Environmental Health Programme (NWSEHP) is sanitation and hygiene promotion. To this end, participatory hygiene analysis has been the entry point for initiating a key strategic principle - the community dialogue process.

Following a brief description of the programme background, this Learning Note describes the step-wise approach to community dialogue, with an emphasis on hygiene promotion initiatives. It defines the lessons learned thus far, based on field experience from operationalising the Lao PDR Rural Water Supply and Sanitation (RWSS) Sector Strategy in 7 selected 'spearhead' provinces, and on the nationally implemented School Sanitation and Hygiene program.

Myth vs. Reality: In Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion

Pengarang : Nilanjana Mukherjee
Sanitation and hygiene behaviour are not predictable like pipes and pumps. They have earnedthemselves the reputation of being the slow-moving and difficult components of water and sanitation programs. They are known to be essential for health impact, yet no one seems to have fail-proof formulas to make them work.

A number of myths have germinated and grown into the gaps that exist in sector knowledge about how to do sanitation and hygiene program right. Myths probably born of failures to see things from a perspective other than our own. Looking through the eyes of poor rural communities, some insights emerge as self-evident.

This field note presents some ground realities to challenges the myths. These were encountered during participatory research carried out during 1997-1999 by WSP-EAP in 40 communities served by five large-scale rural water supply and sanitation projects in Indonesia.

Tapping the Market: Private Sector Engagement in Rural Water Supply in the Mekong Region

Pengarang : WSP - East Asia and the Pasific
The growing number of small-scale private enterprises providing water to villagers throughout Vietnam and Cambodia demonstrates the critical role the local private sector is playing in supplying water to the region.

This field note outlines the key features of this expanding private sector and provides lessons for other countries seeking to develop alternatives approaches to rural water supply.

Willingness to Charge and Willingness to Pay

Pengarang : Water and Sanitation Program

Setting the Stage: The Process of Preparing for Pro-poor Water Sector Reforms in Kathmandu

Pengarang : WSP

Multi-Village Rural Water Supply Schemes - An Emerging Challenge

Pengarang : WSP

Lower Costs with Higher Benefits
Water and Sewerage Services for Low Income Households

Pengarang : WSP

Marketing Sanitation in Rural India

Pengarang : WSP

Component-Sharing
Up-Scaling Demand-Responsive Approaches in Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Sector in Pakistan

Pengarang : WSP

Lao PDR Water Supply and Sanitation: Development of Small Towns' Management Models

All urban utilities in small towns throughout Lao PDR are managed through a single model - a delegated management model - under which the provincial authorities are the owners and the state-owned enterprises are the operators. Recognizing the need to improve the existing and future management and regulation of the urban WSS Sector, the concerned authorities in Lao PDR, with assistance from WSP-EAP, recently completed the WSS Small Towns' Study to assess the performance of these utilities. The Water Supply Authority (WASA) is now proposing to build on this research to explore potential new management models for piloting in Lao PDR.
This field note presents the main findings and lessons learned.

Lao PDR Water Supply & Sanitation - Development of Small Towns Management Models

Lao PDR Water Supply & Sanitation
Development of Small Towns Management Models

WASA, DHUP, URI
WSP-EAP, Juli 2002

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A Review of EcoSan Experience in Eastern and Southern Africa

Pengarang : WSP

Delegating water and sanitation services to autonomous operators

Pengarang : WSP

Credit Connections - Mumbai Maharashtra

Pengarang : Mahila Milan

Credit Connections - Mumbai Maharashtra

Credit Connections - Mumbai Maharashtra

Mahila Milan
UNDP-World Bank-WSP South Asia Region
1999

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Delegating water and sanitation services to autonomous operators

Lessons from small municipalities in Ecuador
Delegating water and sanitation services to autonomous operators

This field note documents the experience of the Rural and Small Towns Water Supply and SanitationProgram (PRAGUAS), executed in Ecuador and financed by the World Bank. Under the PRAGUASprogram, the national government offers municipalities technical assistance and financial incentives todelegate the provision of water (and sanitation) services to autonomous (public or private) operators.

WSP - Februari 2005

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A Review of EcoSan Experience in Eastern and Southern Africa

A Review of EcoSan Experience in Eastern and Southern Africa

Sanitation and Hygiene Series
WSP - Januari 2005

Many governments and agencies in Africa are exploring the role of ecological sanitation, or EcoSan, within their environmental sanitation and hygiene improvement programs. Despite convincing environmental and economic reasons to support this approach, acceptance of the technology has been very limited so far. This field note reviews experience in Eastern Africa and, with less detail, Southern Africa.

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