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OASIS (Options AnalysiS in Irrigation Systems) is a planning model for medium to large-scale canal irrigation systems (typically several thousand hectares).

On-Site Management for Domestic Wastewater in Thailand

by Water Environment Partnership in Asia


The aims of this paper are to identify the state of on-site treatment facilities and lessons learnt from on-site management of domestic wastewater in Thailand.

Portable reuse: Guidance for producing safe drinking-water

by WHO and PUB Singapore


The guidance is intended for use by drinking-water suppliers and regulators who are familiar with the WHO’s Guidelines for drinking-water quality and, in particular, the framework for safe drinking-water, including water safety plans. This publication may also be useful to others with an interest in potable reuse including environmental health and water resource professionals.

Privatisation of Sanitation and Sewerage Services - Lessons Learnt from the Philippines

by Water Environment Partnership in Asia


This policy brief re-examines the challenges and constraints facing the Philippines, mostly in the Metro Manila region, in domestic wastewater and septage management, including expansion of the sewerage network and wastewater treatment ratio. This brief also provides good lessons learnt for water professionals and policymakers in the water supply and sanitation sector – not only in other cities and municipalities of the Philippines but also in other Southeast Asian countries – on how decentralised approaches as well as privatisation policy have greatly assisted in improved wastewater and septage management in the Philippines.

Resilience and Decarbonization: Capacity Building and Roadmap Preparation for Water Utilities

by ADB, Deltares, Globalfields


This training course is a collaboration of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), Deltares, Dr. Craig Hart of Johns Hopkins University, and Andreas Biermann of Globalfields.

Resilient Rivers Hub

by IRF


Sanitation 21

by International Water Association (IWA)


Sanitation 21 presents a planning framework for improving city-wide inclusive sanitation services based on international best practices. Initially developed in 2006, this updated version builds on recent experiences where good planning has formed an integral part of achieving improvements in urban sanitation. The document sets out key principles and process guidelines to help city stakeholders develop appropriate and affordable solutions to sanitation problems, taking into account technology issues, management arrangements, institutional challenges and demands for improvement from different stakeholders.

Sanitation Safety Planning (SSP)

by World Health Organization


SP is a step-by-step, risk-based approach to assist in the implementation of local risk assessment and management for the sanitation service chain—from containment through conveyance, treatment and end-use, to disposal. SSP supports the implementation of the WHO Guidelines on Sanitation and Health and the WHO Guidelines for Safe Use of Wastewater, Excreta and Greywater.

Self-supply of water in Asia and the Pacific: Country Profiles

by UTS Institute for Sustainable Futures


To increase awareness and understanding of self-supply of water in Asia and the Pacific, the UTS Institute for Sustainable Futures has partnered with UNICEF EAPRO and UNICEF ROSA to develop 21 country profiles. The following country profiles present the prevalence of self-supply, spatial and temporal trends, service levels including water quality and availability, equity dimensions, and policy aspects of
self-supply in each country.

Shit Flow Diagram

by SuSAnA


The SFD is a diagnostic tool that helps to identify the aspects of sanition and FSM service delivery where improvements are needed.