Market-based sanitation: follow up from an AfricaSan side session

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Many markets for sanitation goods and services in low-income countries remain poorly developed, calling for better quality programming at scale, and presenting opportunities for new approaches and partnerships. At AfricaSan5, UNICEF, USAID and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation convened a side event that explored recent evidence and practice examples. You can read the final session report and view slides for the Introduction, a presentation on experiences in Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana and Nigeria and an overview of the WASHPals MBS desk review.

Related to this subject, you may also like to read these recent blogs from a series on market-shaping. they are based on discussions at a meeting convened by UNICEF West Africa in Nigeria in 2018 and capture current thinking on the topic.

Opportunities for market shaping in West and Central Africa

Sharing the SHAWN Project Experience in Nigeria

Accelerating improved sanitation in Africa through market based approaches

Date: 16 April 2019
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