Rural-urban sanitation transitions webinar 4 August; 12 noon UK time, 4.30 pm IST

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Rural-urban sanitation transitions webinar 4 August; 12 noon UK time, 4.30 pm IST

Following the earlier postponement, this has now been rescheduled to 4th August.

RUST was an Indian-UK research and impact consortium that aimed to better understand and promote more integrated sanitation policy and planning between urban and rural areas in Indian cities.  This webinar is a summary of the key findings from the project.
 
Rapid settlement around Hyderabad’s perimeter has long extendedbeyond municipal provision and sanitation is now characterised by an assortment of different solutions. Not only  among formal populations but also ‘messy’ and ‘hidden’ communities such as informal slums and migrant camps.   This complexity challenges the provision of effective sanitation services and the safe disposal of faecal waste. Frequently the technological, economic and institutional capacity to dispose of waste is inadequate and waste is dumped into the environment posing a risk to public health.   We have collected data across two transects spanning the full width (rural-urban-rural)  of Hyderabad.
 
The webinar will describe
  • Our recommendations for how Hyderabad and other cities could take forwards a vision for the circular economy for sanitation, drawing on evidence form across India
  • How flows of ecosystem services vary across rural-urban transects, for example are rural people more connected to nature than urban people?
  • How income and vulnerability affect the type of sanitation that people use.
  • How sanitation knowledge, attitudes and practices change across the urban-rural interface?
Presented by Cranfield University, University of Hyderabad, Bangor University, University of Gloucestershire and University of Leeds.

4th August midday UK time, 4.30pm India time (and of course participants are welcome from all over the world!)

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Alison Parker
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Re: Rural-urban sanitation transitions webinar 4 August; 12 noon UK time, 4.30 pm IST

We've now rescheduled this webinar, please register at the link above.
Alison Parker
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Re: Rural-urban sanitation transitions webinar 4 August; 12 noon UK time, 4.30 pm IST

Just a reminder that this is tomorrow, would  be great to se you there!
Alison Parker
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Re: Rural-urban sanitation transitions webinar 4 August; 12 noon UK time, 4.30 pm IST

I attach PDFs of the slides and two policy briefs on peri urban sanitation and supporting the sanitation circular economy in Hyderabad, which we have prepared.
 
Youcan also access the papers that have been published (so far) from this project, which are available open access from these links: If you have any questions or comments on the work please let us know.
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