Tanzania Water and Sanitation Network

Local Knowledge Repository

Title Year Type Author/Producer Type of Producer Summary
Pit Latrine Emptying Behavior and Demand for Sanitation Services in Dar Es Salaam 2015 Journal article Marion W. Jenkins, Oliver Cumming, and Sandy Cairncross Academia/ organisation examines latrine emptying knowledge, attitudes, behavior, trends and rates of safe/unsafe emptying, and measure demand for a new hygienic latrine emptying service in unplanned communities in Dar
Reworking the relation between sanitation and the city in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 2015 Journal Article Maria Chiara Pastore academia describes the water and sanitation conditions of the city, and examines three areas in the city that highlight the relation among the evolution of the city’s growth, sanitation system, and type of settlement.
Sustainable Rural Water Supply: A sharing and learning event among practitioners to assess modalities, successes and challenges of various management models in rural water supply 2015 Workshop write up SNV INGO Sharing of experiences and lessons with sustainable water supply operations, at decentralized levels; emphasis on COWSO model in Hai and private sector approaches
Beyond ‘improved’ towards ‘safe and sustainable’ urban sanitation: assessing the design, management and functionality of sanitation in poor communities of Dar es Salaam 2014 Journal Article M. W. Jenkins, O. Cumming, B. Scott and S. Cairncross academia/org consortium study assessed sanitation access in rapidly expanding informal settlements against eight proposed indicators of hygienic safety, sustainability and functionality
Building citywide sanitation strategies from the bottom up 2014 Research report Mwanakombo Mkanga Timothy P. Ndezi SHARE funded develop a better understanding of the principal obstacles to citywide sanitation improvement
Baseline report on menstrual hygiene management 2014 Baseline report INGO: SNV assess the understanding of MHM issues to school girls, teachers, parents and school committees, looking on the factors affecting menstruating girls at schools
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