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by Deltares / World Bank Group


Toolkit for simple assessments of Coastal Problems and Design of Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management Solutions


by ADB


Screening Tool for Energy Evaluation of Projects

Strengthening multi-stakeholder engagement and mutual accountability in water, sanitation and hygiene: Cross-country synthesis

by Sanitation and Water for All, UTS Institute for Sustainable Futures


This report synthesizes research findings on multi-stakeholder platforms and mutual accountability across five countries that received catalytic funds from Sanitation and Water for All (SWA) in 2022. The five countries were Indonesia, Kenya, Nepal, Niger and Paraguay. This synthesis report identifies common enabling factors that support effective multi-stakeholder collaboration, and common challenges that often inhibit this collaboration. The report also assesses current multi-stakeholder engagement and mutual accountability efforts in each country context, as well as demonstrating how such approaches can support progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6).

Strengthening Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Systems in Asia and the Pacific


Surface Water Changes

by Deltares


Assess changes in surface water (e.g. due to accretion, erosion, land reclamation, reservoir construction) based on satellite data

Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management Toolbox



The SSWM Toolbox is the most extensive collection of knowledge around sustainable sanitation and water management.

Toward the Establishment of Sustainable Faecal Sludge Management - Lessons Learned from WEPA Partner Countries and Japan

by Water Environment Partnership in Asia


This Policy Brief has been developed with the aim of: (i) investigating the existing situation and challenges on faecal sludge management in WEPA countries; (ii) identifying enabling factors for introducing and implementing appropriate business models for sustainable faecal sludge management, through selected case studies in WEPA countries; and (iii) initiating discussions on how lessons learned from Japan’s experiences in using Johkasou systems for human waste and faecal sludge management can be introduced to improve the situation in WEPA partner countries.

Towards Systemic Change in Urban Sanitation

by IRC


This working paper outlines a 'whole-system approach' to urban sanitation by shifting the focus from building infrastructure or a project-driven implementation approach to providing and maintaining equitable and environmentally friendly services, championed and supported by the government and with sufficient resources allocated to ensure sustainability. The paper uses a step by-step approach to unravel and tackle the very complex circumstances surrounding the need for sanitation in urban areas, particularly in densely populated areas and to the less affluent sectors of society.

UN-Water Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water (GLAAS) Data Portal

by UN-Water


GLAAS provides policy- and decision-makers at all levels with reliable, easily accessible, comprehensive data on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) systems, including on governance, monitoring, human resources and finance. GLAAS monitors elements of WASH systems that are required to sustain and extend WASH services and systems to all, and especially to the most vulnerable population groups.

Urban Domestic Wastewater Management in Vietnam - Challenges and Opportunities

by Water Environment Partnership in Asia