Learning Repository

Explore the Water Resilience Hub’s curated tools and resources by target audience, thematic area, or material type.

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Asian Water Development Outlook (AWDO) Dashboard

by ADB

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AWDO is ADB's flagship water publication. The AWDO Dashboard is an interactive platfoemd for the visualization of five key dimensions to quantify water security in Asia and the Pacific. 

City Service Delivery Assessment for Citywide Inclusive Sanitation - Tool and User Guide

by Inclusive sanitation in Practice, 2019

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The City Service Delivery Assessment (CSDA) complements the Shit Flow Diagrams to assess why the situation is as it is. It provides a process for working with stakeholders to assess the enabling environment for citywide inclusive sanitation and to present the results in a simple and accessible way. The CSDA User Guide explains how the CSDA tool works and provides recommendations on how to use it with stakeholders.

Community-Led Urban Environmental Sanitation Planning (CLUES)

by Eawag-Sandec, UN-Habitat, Water Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council

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The CLUES approach presents comprehensive guidelines for the planning and implementation of environmental sanitation infrastructure and services in disenfranchised urban and peri-urban communities. The planning approach builds on a framework which balances the needs of people with those of the environment to support human dignity and a healthy life. CLUES is a multi-sector and multi-actor approach accounting for water supply, sanitation, solid waste management and storm drainage. It emphasizes the participation of all stakeholders from an early stage in the planning process. CLUES contains 30 different tools to support the environmental sanitation planning processes at the local level.

Sanitation 21

by International Water Association (IWA)

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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

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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.

Shit Flow Diagram

by SuSAnA

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

Utility Management Simulation Game

by BEWOP UN-IHE

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The Utility Management Simulation Game (UMSG) has been designed as a learning tool to develop awareness and knowledge of the processes of strategic planning within utilities.

Wastewater Management Expert (WaMEX) Tool

by ADB

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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the UNESCO-IHE teamed up to develop the wastewater management expert system that will provide decision-makers and planners with a tool to carry out “what-if” scenarios to effectively evaluate technologies and sewer networks.

Water Safety Portal

by WHO/IWA

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WSPs are a comprehensive risk assessment and risk management approach from catchment to consumer, with the aim of consistently ensuring the safety and acceptability of a drinking-water supply.

Water Security Assessment Tool (WATSAT)

by Water Engineering and Management (WEM) and Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)

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WATSAT is a city-level water security rating tool. It has a three-layered structure that culminates into a Water Security Index (WSI). The WSI is measured on a scale of 1 to 5, and provides the overall water security situation in the city. It helps identify the driving forces that have an impact on urban water security.