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Shared and Public Toilets : Championing Delivery Models That Work



rapport Aug 2018 ; 65 pages
Aut. Rachel Cardone & Rebecca Gilsdorf & Alyse Schrecongost
Ed. World Bank - Washington
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Résumé:
Ce document fournit des informations générales et des conseils sur la manière de concevoir et de mettre en œuvre des installations sanitaires partagées, communautaires et publiques, en mettant l'accent sur les modèles de fonctionnement et de gestion qui soutiennent la pérennité des services fournis. Le document s'appuie sur les bonnes expériences du monde entier et reflète les enseignements tirés des expériences - tant positives que négatives - dans un certain nombre de pays.
Abstract:
This document provides background and guidance on how to design and implement shared, communal and public sanitation facilities, with a focus on operation and management models that support long-term service provision. The document draws on good experiences from across the globe and reflects lessons learned from design and implementation experiences – both positive and negative – in a range of countries. The document provides guidance for service providers (whether private or public-sector entities) as well as service authorities (i.e., those who regulate/oversee the service providers) and also has a section detailing shared and public sanitation from the user perspective, including consideration of special needs of some user groups, including people with disabilities, women, the elderly, etc. The document includes a number of decision trees that help designers and implementers understand key tasks to be undertaken and/or decisions to be made at different steps during the design and implementation process. In addition to the main body of the document, there are a series of annexes, which include resources to further support the design and implementation of facilities. A thorough literature review was undertaken for this work and the full list of literature reviewed is included in one of the appendixes.
Sommaire:
1. INTRODUCTION
2. SHARED TOILET MODELS IN URBAN SANITATION
3. UNDERSTANDING THE SANITATION MARKET
4. SANITATION FROM A USER PERSPECTIVE
5. SANITATION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF SERVICE PROVIDERS
6. SANITATION FROM A SERVICE AUTHORITY PERSPECTIVE
7. CONCLUSION

Mot clef:

latrine, toilettes (DT) (OP)

Editeur/Diffuseur:

World Bank - Washington - Etats Unis
    

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