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SNV colleagues to share the latest in our experience implementing SNV's multi-country rural water, sanitation and hygiene programme during the upcoming WEDC (Water Engineering and Development Centre) conference this September.

From 13 to 15 September, catch SNV experts Fanuel Nyaboro and Jackson Wandera share emerging lessons and reflections from our practical research and application of SNV's Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All (SSH4A). Find below the titles of their presentations during WEDC:

  • Establishing sustainable sanitation business models and market approaches that reach the base of the pyramid: Lessons from the SSH4A Results Programme by Fanuel Nyaboro
  • Prioritizing equitable access to sanitation for vulnerable groups: Lessons from SSH4A programme in 5 countries by Jackson Wandera
  • Identifying the last 10% of households practising open defecation in rural Tanzania by Jackson Wandera with Florencia Rieiro 

 

About the SH4A approach

Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All (SSH4A) is SNV's integrated rural sanitation approach to strengthen the capacity of local authorities in developing and enforcing area-wide sanitation service delivery models for their jurisdictions. Over the past five years, SSH4A has been implemented in more than 160 districts in 18 countries.

SSH4A was applied as the foundational rural sanitation approach in SNV's two-phased results-based financing partnership with the Government of the United Kingdom as part of the latter's WASH Results Programme. Results of Phase two partnership presented in the short video above.