Is it possible to reach low-income urban dwellers with good-quality sanitation?

@article{Satterthwaite2015IsIP,
  title={Is it possible to reach low-income urban dwellers with good-quality sanitation?},
  author={D. Satterthwaite and D. Mitlin and S. Bartlett},
  journal={Environment & Urbanization},
  year={2015},
  volume={27},
  pages={18 - 3}
}
All urban dwellers need safe, quick, easy access to clean toilets, day and night – without fear, without a long walk, without a long wait in line, and without the need to plan ahead or to spend more than they can easily afford. They should be able to count on privacy, cleanliness and the means to wash anus and hands quickly and conveniently, which is difficult if there is no water piped on the premises.(1) These toilets need to serve everyone – girls and boys, women and men of all ages and… Expand
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