This research project is commissioned under the
Urban Sanitation Research Initiative
, which is a 2017−2020 research programme core-funded by UK aid from the British people, and managed by Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (
). This research project will deliver a) an assessment of current core market performance for faecal waste emptying services in Kisumu on the demand and supply side, with an emphasis on the low-income segment of the market and barriers to private sector operation in low-income areas; contributing towards b) the identification of priority policy measures and/or public-private arrangements for enhanced private sector targeting of low-income customers, based on negotiated consensus between the private sector and institutional stakeholders. The research aims to identify specific policy measures which are both potentially impactful and viable prospects for implementation: as such, we will strongly favour approaches which set out a clear path towards securing institutional commitment to trialling candidate measures.
Budget: GBP 100,000 inclusive of VAT
Bids due: Before 1700 (UK) Monday 23 July 2018
Focus country: Kenya (Kisumu)
More information can be found in the Research Call attached or on the Urban Sanitation Research Initiative
Queries and clarifications can be sent to erl [at] wsup [dot com].
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