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Urban Sanitation Management in Developing Countries: Three Conceptual Tools

Peter Schübeler

SKAT - Swiss Centre for Development Cooperation in Technology and Management

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Author

Peter Schübeler

   

Editorial committee

Albert Bürgi, HELVETAS
Armon Hartmann, SDC
Martin Strauss, SANDEC/EAWAG
Karl Wehrle, SKAT

   

Published by

Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC, Berne, Switzerland

Swiss Centre for Development Cooperation in Technology and Management SKAT
St.Gallen, Switzerland

   

First edition

1996

   

Comments

Please address comments concerning this publication to:
SKAT, Vadianstrasse 42
CH-9000 St.Gallen, Switzerland

   

ISBN:

3-908001-69-2

   

"Urban sanitation management in developing countries: three conceptual tools" was substantially financed by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and supplemented by Aguasan Group members.

Origins

The cases and tools discussed in this brochure are based on materials presented at the 11th AGUASAN Workshop in Gersau, Switzerland, in June 1995.1 AGUASAN is an informal interdisciplinary coordination group composed of persons active in the field of water and sanitation in developing countries. Individual members are associated with Swiss Development Cooperation's technical service for Water Supply and Infrastructure (SDC), SANDEC/EAWAG, HELVETAS, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich and Lausanne, Zurich University, Swiss Centre for Development Cooperation in Technology and Management (SKAT) and WHO.

1 see Schübeler, P., Urban Sanitation: the Challenge to Communities, Private Sector Actors, Local Governments and External Support Agencies, Proceedings of the 11th Aguasan Workshop, Gersau, Switzerland, 26-30 June. 1995, SKAT, 1995

 

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