The City-Wide Sanitation Project is being implemented in four countries: Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi and Tanzania. The Project employs ‘action research’ to develop and test an approach to pro-poor city-wide sanitation strategies that can be adopted and driven by Federations, networks of community organizations and residents’ associations, and supported by public authorities and private providers. This report provides a summary of the situational analyses that have taken place in the four cities involved in the research: Chinhoyi (Zimbabwe), Kitwe (Zambia), Blantyre (Malawi) and Dar Es Salaam (Tanzania). A situational analysis is an overview of the current situation in the research areas based on multi stakeholder perspectives, geological assessment, existing livelihoods strategies, shelter and tenure arrangements, municipal and other agency finance, policy frameworks and institutional arrangements.
Anon. City-Wide Sanitation Project Situation Analyses. (2013) 6 pp.
City-Wide Sanitation Project Situation Analyses