Market-Based Sanitation (MBS) is the development of a sanitation market in which the user makes a full or partial monetary contribution (with savings and/or cash equivalents) toward the purchase, construction, upgrade, and/or maintenance of a toil
After the slow progress made by African countries in meeting sanitation-related Millennium Development Goal targets, African governments and sector stakeholders renewed efforts to realize an African sanitation revolution via the “AfricaSan” moveme
This toolkit, originally produced on Adobe Spark for World Toilet Day 2020, contains key sanitation facts and messages; easily shareable social media content, including pictograms, tweets, and Facebook posts; and curated links to relevant res
This toolkit, originally produced on Adobe Spark for World Toilet Day 2018, contains key sanitation facts and messages; easily shareable social media content, including pictograms, tweets, and Facebook posts; and curated links to relevant res
To reach universal access to sanitation by 2030, national and municipal governments, development partners, local financial institutions, and other stakeholders must work together to close the financing gap between the current government budget and
On Wednesday, October 14, 2020, USAID announced a new partnership agreement with the global sanitation company LIXIL to extend market-based solutions for sanitation and hygiene to underserved and vulnerable communities around the world.
The Isuku Iwacu Project, co-implemented by Water For People, SNV and World Vision with financial support from the USAID, has now concluded and helped bring sanitation services and products to thousands of people across its 8 target districts in Rw