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Sanitation Research Programme

Research consortia funded by the SPLASH Sanitation Programme

The following five research projects are funded by the SPLASH Sanitation Research Programme, comprising funds from: ADA (Austria), MAEE (France), SIDA (Sweden), SDC (Switzerland), DFID (UK), BMGF (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation).

The SPLASH sanitation research programme is investigating aspects of sanitation service provision in urban areas, from the household to final disposal. Click here to view a diagram which graphically highlights the emphasis of activity for each project in relation to this sanitation 'service chain'.

Title Lead Organisation
3K-SAN: Catalysing self-sustaining sanitation chains in informal settlements
 
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University of Surrey, Robens Centre for Public and Environmental Health
 
Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom
U-ACT: Economic Constraints and Demand-led Solutions for Sustainable Sanitations Services in Poor Urban Settlements
 
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Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich
Centre for Development and Cooperation
 
Zurich, Switzerland
FaME: (Faecal Management Enterprise): Providing Sanitation Solutions through Value Chain Management of Faecal Sludge
 
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Swiss Aquatic Research Institute, Department of Water and Sanitation in Developing Countries (Sandec)
 
Dübendorf, Switzerland
MAFADY: Maîtrise de la filière assainissement dans un écosystème côtier à Douala et les quartier populaires de Yaoundé au Cameroun
 
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Ecole Nationale Supérieure Polytechnique de Yaoundé
 
Yaoundé, Cameroun
CLASS-A: Sustainable and resilient sanitation service chains in Maputo province, Mozambique – action research and piloting for benefit of the urban poor
 
Click to find out more about CLASS-A
International Water Association, IWA
 
The Hague, The Netherlands

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