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Fecal sludge management : diagnostics for service delivery in urban areas - summary report (English)

Urban sanitation remains a significant challenge for most low- and middle-income countries. The urban population of the group of Least Developed Countries (LDCs) more than tripled between 1990 and 2015. ... See More +

Working Paper 106804 JUN 01, 2016

Ross,Ian; Scott,Rebecca; Blackett,Isabel C.; Hawkins,Peter M. Disclosed

Fecal sludge management : diagnostics for service delivery in urban areas - case study in Balikpapan, Indonesia (English)

Balikpapan city, located in the province of East Kalimantan, Indonesia has a reported population ofapproximately 640,000 people and annual population growth of about 4.5 percent. ... See More +

Working Paper 106808 JUN 01, 2016

Scott,Rebecca; Ross,Ian; Blackett,Isabel C. Disclosed

Indonesia - Septage management pilots and capacity building in Indonesia : technical assistance - synthesis report (English)

This report is a synthesis of the technical assistance (TA) and recommendations, carried out by the World Bank water and sanitation program (WSP) since September 2014. ... See More +

Working Paper ACS12455 MAY 23, 2016

Blackett,Isabel C. Disclosed

World - Fecal sludge management : diagnostics and guidelines for service delivery in poor urban areas - summary report (English)

Urban sanitation remains a significant challenge for most low- and middle-income countries. While sanitation coverage has been increasing across both the 48 least developed countries (LDCs) and developing regions as a whole, progress has been relatively slow. ... See More +

Working Paper ACS17931 MAY 06, 2016

Blackett,Isabel C. Disclosed

The missing link in sanitation service delivery : a review of fecal sludge management in 12 cities : El elemento faltante en la prestacion de servicios de saneamiento : un analisis de la gestion de lodos fecales en 12 ciudades (Spanish)

Globally, the great majority of urban dwellers, especially poor people, rely for their sanitation on non-sewered systems that generate a mix of solid and liquid wastes generally termed fecal sludge. ... See More +

88258 MAY 01, 2014

Blackett,Isabel C.; Hawkins, Peter; Heymans,Christiaan Disclosed

The missing link in sanitation service delivery : a review of fecal sludge management in 12 cities (English)

Globally, the great majority of urban dwellers, especially poor people, rely for their sanitation on non-sewered systems that generate a mix of solid and liquid wastes generally termed fecal sludge. ... See More +

88258 APR 01, 2014

Blackett,Isabel C.; Hawkins, Peter; Heymans,Christiaan Disclosed

Poor-inclusive urban sanitation : an overview (English)

Most of the world's population now lives in urban areas, and in developing regions the proportion living in cities and towns has risen from 35 percent in 1990 to 45 percent in 2010, from 1.4 billion to 2.5 billion people (Jacobsen et al. 2012). ... See More +

Working Paper 80347 AUG 01, 2013

Blackett,Isabel C.; Hawkins,Peter M.; Heymans,Christiaan Disclosed

Review of community-managed decentralized wastewater treatment systems in Indonesia (English)

Effective management of sanitation and wastewater is a growing challenge in dense urban settlements. Rapidly increasing urbanization and, along with that, rising settlement densities in low-income urban and peri-urban areas highlight the need for sanitation technologies and management systems that are robust and affordable, and which lessen the pollution load on local water sources. ... See More +

Working Paper 85192 JUN 01, 2013

Blackett,Isabel C.; Eales,Kathy; Febriani,Evi; Siregar,Reini Farida Disclosed

Ecological sanitation : social factors impacting use of EcoSan in rural Indonesia (English)

Access to improved sanitation remains a huge challenge in Indonesia. Joint Monitoring Program (JMP) 2010 data indicate that around 38 percent of the rural population has access to improved sanitation services and that open defecation remains a widespread practice for over 60 million Indonesians. ... See More +

Working Paper 56937 JUN 01, 2010

Albrecht,Martin Benedikt; Arianto,Ikabul; Blackett,Isabel C. Disclosed

Title Document Date Report No. Document Type Also available in
Fecal sludge management : diagnostics for service delivery in urban areas - summary report (English)
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JUN 01, 2016 106804 Working Paper
Fecal sludge management : diagnostics for service delivery in urban areas - case study in Balikpapan, Indonesia (English)
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JUN 01, 2016 106808 Working Paper
Indonesia - Septage management pilots and capacity building in Indonesia : technical assistance - synthesis report (English)
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MAY 23, 2016 ACS12455 Working Paper
World - Fecal sludge management : diagnostics and guidelines for service delivery in poor urban areas - summary report (English)
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MAY 06, 2016 ACS17931 Working Paper
The missing link in sanitation service delivery : a review of fecal sludge management in 12 cities : El elemento faltante en la prestacion de servicios de saneamiento : un analisis de la gestion de lodos fecales en 12 ciudades (Spanish)
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MAY 01, 2014 88258
The missing link in sanitation service delivery : a review of fecal sludge management in 12 cities (English)
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APR 01, 2014 88258
Poor-inclusive urban sanitation : an overview (English)
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AUG 01, 2013 80347 Working Paper
Review of community-managed decentralized wastewater treatment systems in Indonesia (English)
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JUN 01, 2013 85192 Working Paper
Ecological sanitation : social factors impacting use of EcoSan in rural Indonesia (English)
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JUN 01, 2010 56937 Working Paper