With Clean Team having grappled with these challenges in Kumasi
for several years, WSUP engaged EY to help. Through Enterprise
Growth Services — EY’s not-for-profit practice dedicated to
supporting social impact businesses in low-income countries —
a team worked with Clean Team to identify means by which it could
achieve profitability and position itself to scale, including assessing
the viability of its CBS model in other markets.
Has anyone else noticed that the burden of proof seems to be much higher for Container-Based Sanitation technologies when compared to more traditional approaches? For instance, the first question anyone asks about CBS systems is "what is your breakeven point"? Do people building latrines get asked the same question?
Case 5 India, Kenya, Bangladesh - Raising Awareness on Menstrual Hygiene Management / WASH United
Case 6 Uganda - Promotion of Locally Made Washable Pads / Days for Girls
Case 7 Tajikistan - Ecological Sanitation for Rural Tajikistan / ASDP Nau & WECF
Case 8 Kenya - Menstrual Cup Distribution and Health Education Program / Ruby Cup & Golden Girls Foundation
or you find them in the SuSanA Wiki searching for MHM