A field tool for sanitation marketing surveys

  • agi81
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A field tool for sanitation marketing surveys

Dear all,

consultant-led sanitation marketing surveys typically take months to produce a thick report with largely impractical recommendations.
The IRC International Water and Sanitation is developing a field tool that delivers, within just one week, a one-page overview matching sanitation supply and demand.
I think that could be a very useful evaluation tool because you can safe time and money that you can invest in other aspects of needful sanitation.
This tool was tested in two unions in one of the upazilas (sub-districts) covered by the BRAC WASH II ( www.irc.nl/page/69649 ) programme.
What do you think about it?
Do you miss some important attributes that have to be added?




Kind regards,
Agazi Medhanie.
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Re: A field tool for sanitation marketing surveys

I think something about the level of water-supply would be interesting to know to decide if certain sanitation technologies are feasible.

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Re: A field tool for sanitation marketing surveys

Access to water supply - and other environmental conditions (e.g. risks of flooding, water tables, and soil conditions) - is included in the tool. In the Dashboard this is all grouped under WHERE and particularly under the indicator 'Appropriateness of standard sanitation technology.
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