Webinar on Shit Flow Diagram : Potential and Opportunities for Achieving Sustainable Citywide Sanitation - 11 July, 2023

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Webinar on Shit Flow Diagram : Potential and Opportunities for Achieving Sustainable Citywide Sanitation - 11 July, 2023

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CSE with its experience of developing and in conducting SFD trainings in India and Africa and Asia, has put together this Webinar of experts for sharing their practical experience in developing SFDs in Asia, Africa and India.
Shit Flow diagrams (SFDs) have proved to be useful advocacy and planning tool for urban sanitation.
As advocacy tools, SFDs have helped forge an understanding of the sanitation service value chain, its different components from containment to conveyance and treatment or the lack of it. Hence focusing attention on the scale of the urban sanitation challenges for Policymakers.
As an urban sanitation planning tool, SFDs have helped municipal officials in mapping and identifying different sanitation systems (sewered and non sewered) potential in cities, and identifying interventions for improving sanitation outcomes
Aim
To understand how SFDs have been prepared and used internationally as well as in India. This will be of particular relevance to practitioners and trainers engaged in urban sanitation.

TARGET AUDIENCE
  • Managers, regulators, officials of water and wastewater utilities; Mid-to-senior level technicians working in NGOs, statutory bodies, government agencies and private sector.
  • Individual practitioners/ consultants, researchers, academia with prior basic knowledge or relevant experience working in water and sanitation sector

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