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Leading FSM Practices in Bangladesh

To overcome these challenges, the municipal authority has started providing FSM services to people in Benapole since April 2018 with the support from SNV Netherlands Development Organization. In this implementation process, the municipality and SNV are playing the following key roles:

Publisher(s): FSM Network

2018

3rd FSM Convention Bangladesh 2018: Proceedings Report

Bangladesh Faecal Sludge Management (FSM) Network organised the 3rd FSM Convention, with the aim to find the way forward in terms of sharing experiences for policy influencing and promoting the business of faecal sludge. Focused on resource mobilisation for ensuring and scaling up sustainable FSM services in Bangladesh, this day-long convention brought together sanitation actors and the other relevant stakeholders to share the learnings from the FSM journey in Bangladesh and suggest initiatives to scale up the momentum.

Publisher(s): FSM Network

2018

Knowledge Product: Integrated Approach for Development of Slums and Low Income Communities in Urban Areas of Bangladesh

An “integrated approach” (Knowledge Product – 3) has been proposed for holistic development of slums and low-income communities (LICs). The approach has been developed based on assessment of existing situation and challenges in slums and LICs, review of slum development approaches/experiences in different countries, and through extensive consultation involving all stakeholders. The “approach” involves identification of issues and challenges in urban slums and LICs under “four broad categories”, and then addressing the “interrelated issues and challenges” under each category systematically in an “integrated manner” involving all stakeholders including the LGI itself, I/NGOs, development partners, and other concerned agencies.

Publisher(s): ITN-BUET

2017

Knowledge Product : A proposed operational/business model for sustainable Fecal Sludge Management (FSM) services in urban areas of Bangladesh

This document, referred to as Knowledge Product, KP-2, presents a guideline for establishing an effective FSM operational/ business model in urban areas of Bangladesh. The model has been developed based on a detailed assessment of existing operations of FSM services in different urban centres of Bangladesh, a review of data/information and experience of running FSM services in other countries, and through extensive consultations involving all stakeholders.

Publisher(s): ITN-BUET

2017

Case Study: Fecal Sludge Management (FSM) Scenario in Urban Areas of Bangladesh

Although the problems associated with FSM is widespread, there is limited data and information on FSM practices in urban areas. There are significant differences in institutional setup and FSM practices among and within cities/towns, and proper understanding of the situation is a pre-requisite for the development of a workable FSM system. The overall objective of the present case study was to assess the FSM scenario in different urban settings.

Publisher(s): ADB, ITN-BUET

2015

Faecal Sludge Treatment Plant (Reed Bed System: A Technology of Faecal Sludge Management in Sub-Urban Regions of Bangladesh

This document contains the concept, design consideration, design implementation methodology, treatment efficiency also the operation
and maintenance procedure of the implemented faecal sludge treatment plant. This is just the beginning; there might be some technological modification and other suitable options for better treatment facility. Moreover, people’s acceptability and area conditions are the other important issues had been taken in consideration during implementation.

Publisher(s): DPHE

2014

Study Report on WASH Challenges in Slum Areas of Dhaka City

The objective of this study was to assess the current situation of WASH in four selected slums located in Ward no. 21, 24, 35 & 15 of Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC). Specific objectives of this study were:
a) To establish evidence based strong rationale for improving access to WASH services for slum dwellers; and
b) To influence relevant stakeholders including GoB line departments, donors, I/NGOs and raise public awareness on sustainable water and sanitation interventions for slum dwellers.

Publisher(s): AusAid, ITN-BUET, OXFAM

2014