1. MAIN FEATURES
- Fecal Waste Flow Diagram
This tool represents where fecal waste goes, what proportion is managed and where the unmanaged part ends up.
- City Service Delivery Assessment
This tool considers the enabling environment and the quality of service delivery along the service chain, identifying areas for attention.
- Prognosis for Change (Political Economy Analysis)
This tool identifies the interests and incentives that could block action, and possible entry points for overcoming them.
- Service Delivery Action Framework
This tool informs actions in relation to the enabling environment.
- Technical Intervention Options
This tool supports the identification of technical interventions along the service chain.
2. DOWNLOAD TOOLS
The report collates the lessons learned from developing and applying the diagnostic and decision support tools in five cities around the world.
They present diagnostic and decision-support tools and explains how to use them, giving city examples. Identifies policy recommendations for enhanced FSM service delivery as part of developing urban sanitation services program design guidelines
The data collection instruments support data collection to inform the diagnostic and decision-making tools FSM. They include data collection formats (such as a household survey questionnaire) and their associated protocols - an instruction manual and methodology. They will need to be adapted for use in each specific local situation.
The terms of reference can be used as a basis for contracting out data collection, analysis and application of the tools. These also need to be adapted to the local situation and the specific scope of work required.
3. SEE HOW THEY WORK
The FSM tools were tested and developed in five real-world settings, most linked to World Bank projects. Primary quantitative and qualitative data representative of both the whole city and specifically for low-income areas were collected and analyzed, supporting recommendations designed to inform discussions on future sanitation interventions in each city.
- Case Study in Lima, Peru
- Case Study in Santa Cruz, Bolivia
- Case Study in Dhaka, Bangladesh
- Case Study in Hawassa, Ethiopia
- Case Study in Balikpapan, Indonesia
4. OTHER RESOURCES
- SANDEC’s Fecal Sludge Management book
- The Missing Link in Sanitation Service Delivery: A Review of Fecal Sludge Management in 12 Cities
- Poor-inclusive Urban Sanitation: An Overview
- More World Bank documents related to Fecal Sludge Management
Last Updated: Jul 18, 2016