With support from the USAID funded Uganda Sanitation for Health Activity (USHA), UWASNET developed a detailed newsletter on Market Based Sanitation documenting its members’ and partners’ efforts towards improved and sustainable sanitation services.
In the newsletter, you will be able to read and learn from case studies submitted by a total of 09 partners on how they are improving access to basic sanitation through market-based approaches in their respective areas of operation in Uganda.
Please download the detailed newsletter using this link https://uwasnet.org/wp-content/uploads/publication/UWASNET-Newsletters-/UWASNET-Newsletter-on-Improving-Access-to-Basic-Sanitation-through-Market-Based-Approaches.pdf
The case studies documented in the newsletter are highlighted below;
- Developing National Sanitation Market Guidelines for Basic Sanitation in Uganda by USHA
- Early impact and initial learnings from USHA’s Market-Based Sanitation Model in Uganda – USHA
- Supporting WASH entrepreneurs’ access markets through community marketing corps – Water and Sanitation Entrepreneurs Uganda (WASEU).
- Loan financing for improved toilet construction for landlords and households in informal settlement of Kampala – Water For People
- The WASH business and innovations hub in Agago district – Water and Sanitation Entrepreneurs Uganda (WASEU).
- AMREF using Finish Mondial to improve access to sanitation in Kabarole district – AMREF Health Africa
- Charles Kyamanywa’s entrepreneurship story – Water For People
- Giving back to ensure universal access to sanitation – AMREF Health Africa
- Religious leaders championing sanitation financing in Apac district – Caritas Fort Portal – HEWASA