Up-scaling Basic Sanitation for the Urban Poor in Kenya (UBSUP) (Water Services Trust Fund and GIZ, Kenya)

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Re: Up-scaling Basic Sanitation for the Urban Poor in Kenya (UBSUP) (Water Services Trust Fund and GIZ, Kenya)

The latest update for the UBSUP project in Kenya is available in this presentation from the last SuSanA meeting in August:

Ismail Shaiye (WSTF): Operating Pro-poor and economically viable decentralised FS Treatment Facilities in Kenya
www.susana.org/images/SuSanA_Meeting_26/...DTF-across-Kenya.pdf

(this is the meeting page: www.susana.org/en/news-and-events/sanita...na-meeting-stockholm )

And here is the video showing Ismail's presentation (fast forward to 1:50 in the video):



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Re: Up-scaling Basic Sanitation for the Urban Poor in Kenya (UBSUP) (Water Services Trust Fund and GIZ, Kenya)

Dear colleagues

On Thursday 21st February 2019, Water Sector Trust Fund presented their case study during the FSM 5 conference in the frame of the session covering the topic of "Fecal sludge Treatment". Stella Warue presented the DTF for Pro-poor and Economically Viable Decentralised FS Treatment in Kenya. You can find the presentation here: fsm5.susana.org/images/FSM_Conference_Ma...ross-Kenya-Final.pdf

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Division Climate Change, Environment & Infrastructure

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