Financing of sanitation services in the slums of Kampala and Dar es Salaam

  title={Financing of sanitation services in the slums of Kampala and Dar es Salaam},
  author={John Bosco Isunju and Samuel Etajak and Beatrice Mwalwega and Richard Kimwaga and Peter R. Atekyereza and William Bazeyo and John C. Ssempebwa},
This paper presents an assessment of the extent and conditions under which private financing can be a realistic approach for sanitation in slums. It is based on a cross-sectional study comparing two slum communities in East Africa, where 250 households from Bwaise III in Kampala, Uganda and 379 households from Temeke in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania were interviewed in 2010. Also, 10 key-informant interviews and 8 focus group discussions were conducted in addition to field observations. Findings show… CONTINUE READING

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