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Business Analysis of Fecal Sludge Management: Emptying and Transportation Services in Africa and Asia



Draft Final Report
rapport Sep 2012 ; 116 pages
Aut. Sangeeta Chowdhry & Doulaye Koné
Ed. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation - Seattle
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Abstract:
The study was carried out in Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria and Senegal in Africa and Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Malaysia and Viet Nam in South/Southeast Asia.
Using a common analytical framework, teams of local consultants in each of the ten countries gathered users’ perspectives through 13,000 household surveys and the collected data on the financial and business models of 150 emptying service providers. This report presents the comparative analysis based on these data from those surveys.
A majority of households (5.6 million households) in the 30 cities use on-site sanitation facilities. Households spend only a small percentage of their income, on average less 4%, on emptying services. About one third of surveyed households (2 million households) rely on manual emptying for sludge management.

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Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation - Seattle - Etats Unis
    

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