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Fecal Sludge Management in Municipalities Sustainability Concerns-Briefing Paper

পৌরসভাভিত্তিক পয়ঃবর্জ্য ব্যবস্থাপনাঃ টেকসইকরণের গুরুত্বপূর্ণ বিষয়সমূহ

Publisher(s): ITN-BUET

April, 2022

Prioritize the Health and Safety of Waste and Sanitation Workers-Briefing Paper

পরিচ্ছন্নতাকর্মীদের স্বাস্থ্যসুরক্ষা এবং নিরাপত্তা অগ্রাধিকারকরণ

Publisher(s): ITN-BUET

April, 2022

Prioritize the Health and Safety of Waste and Sanitation Workers-Briefing Paper

Waste and sanitation workers, the vital workforce for managing the wastes in the country, require maintaining personal hygiene and practicing it at their workplace.

Publisher(s): ITN-BUET

April, 2022

Fecal Sludge Management in Municipalities Sustainability Concerns-Briefing Paper

ITN-BUET conducted a study in Faridpur, Lakshmipur, and Sakhipur Municipalities to assess the overall performance of FSM services.

Publisher(s): ITN-BUET

April, 2022

শহরাঞ্চলের পয়ঃবর্জ্য ব্যবস্থাপনা বিষয়ক প্রশিক্ষক সহায়িকা

Specialized Training Course on Fecal Sludge Management in Cities: An Element of Citywide Inclusive Sanitation-Trainer’s Guiden (Bangla Version)

Publisher(s): ITN-BUET

June, 2021

শহরাঞ্চলের পয়ঃবর্জ্য ব্যবস্থাপনা বিষয়ক প্রশিক্ষণার্থী সহায়িকা

Participant’s Handbook for Specialized Training Course on Fecal Sludge Management in Cities: An Element of Citywide Inclusive Sanitation-Bangla Version

Publisher(s): ITN-BUET

June, 2021

Scheduled emptying services as an entry point for change

There are several possible entry points for improving urban sanitation in a given city. Whichever entry point is chosen, it should take account of both the short-term needs and priorities and of the broader citywide urban sanitation system. Once momentum is triggered, programme prioritisation and planning should be revisited. Scheduled emptying is a particularly valuable starting point as it engages a broad group of stakeholders, can be applied at various scales (pilot to citywide) and builds skills across diverse aspects of urban sanitation: governance, regulation, finance, behaviour change, private sector engagement and treatment.

Market acceptance study on co-compost as organic fertiliser in Kushtia

The study has conducted extensive literature review such as review of different published and unpublished research works at home and abroad. The study reviewed the works of compost in general […]

Publisher(s): SNV Netherlands Development Organisation