hydrophil

Siedlungshygiene und Fäkalschlammmanagement

Projekt 3/5

Development and Dissemination of Faecal Sludge Management Toolkit for Investors, Planners and Consultants

Standort

Senegal, South Africa, Thailand, Uganda

Projektdauer

2014 - 2016

Leistungen

Consulting, Research, Peer-Reviewing, Development of M&E tools, Development of M&E tools, Formulation of a training plan and training of trainers

Development and Dissemination of Faecal Sludge Management Toolkit for Investors, Planners and Consultants
Development and Dissemination of Faecal Sludge Management Toolkit for Investors, Planners and Consultants
Development and Dissemination of Faecal Sludge Management Toolkit for Investors, Planners and Consultants
Development and Dissemination of Faecal Sludge Management Toolkit for Investors, Planners and Consultants
Development and Dissemination of Faecal Sludge Management Toolkit for Investors, Planners and Consultants
Development and Dissemination of Faecal Sludge Management Toolkit for Investors, Planners and Consultants

Project objectives
Reacting to the need of decision makers and professionals in the Faecal Sludge Management sector for a comprehensive set of analytical, diagnostic and planning tools, this project aimed to develop and disseminate tools through a demand-driven and „real-case“ approach for key players (donors/investors, city planners/utility managers and consultants) in the design, development and execution of Faecal Sludge Management projects.

Project description
Serious pollution and health risk problems are forcing Faecal Sludge Management on the priority agenda for governments, investors and communities. The impracticability of planning tools, inefficient assessment procedures and limited local expertise are crucial bottlenecks for successful project design, development and execution. The Faecal Sludge Management toolbox intends to guide practitioners through this process, enhance their capability and incentivize them in opting for appropriate solutions.The project is led by the Asian Institute of Technology (Thailand) which received a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Project specifics
Hydrophil was engaged in the project especially with its experience in design, management support and strategic oversight of multi-partner and multi-country initiatives in sanitation, with specific emphasis on Africa and provides special asset to the project team through its links to development agencies and international as well as national consultants.

Services
Support the selection of real case study towns
Support to hosting and organization of conferences
Conduct a user need analysis
Development of the M&E component of the toolbox
Oversee and coordinate the field testing of the tools in Africa
Support formulation of a training plan and hosting of trainings of trainers