Sanitation in Developing Countries : Innovative Solutions in a Value Chain Framework

@inproceedings{Dijk2012SanitationID,
  title={Sanitation in Developing Countries : Innovative Solutions in a Value Chain Framework},
  author={Meine Pieter van Dijk},
  year={2012}
}
1. Look as shit as an asset, the beginning of a whole sanitation value chain 2. Emphasize the role of the private sector in sanitation, in particular small scale private enterprises 3. Pay attention to the economics of investing in sanitation 4. Increase the efficiency of the sanitation value chain 5. Look at advantages of small scale decentralized versus large scale centralized waste water treatment (WWT) plants 6. Considering sanitation as a multi-governance challenge 7. Consider the… CONTINUE READING

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