This report documents the findings of a SHARE-funded action-research project on sanitation microfinance in Tanzania. Taking place between December 2013 and January 2015, the project was the culmination of a broader research initiative which investigated how financing for sanitation can be mobilised via the use of microfinance in order to support sustainable access to improved sanitation facilities and/or services. This report describes the activities carried out under the action-research and extracts emerging lessons on the potential for developing sanitation microfinance through capacity building and networking
Trémolet, S.; Mansour, G.; Muruka, G. Developing microfinance for sanitation in Tanzania. SHARE, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK (2015) vi + 45 pp.