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Asian Water Development Outlook Series

by ADB

Publication

AWDO is ADB's flagship water publication. This series provides a country-by-country snapshot of the region’s water security status, enabling policy makers, financing institutions, and planners to make more informed decisions on how to improve their performance in the water sector.

Guidelines on Sanitation and Health

by World Health Organization

Publication

WHO Guidelines on Sanitation and Health summarize the evidence on the effectiveness of a range of sanitation interventions and provide a framework for health-protecting sanitation, including policy and governance measures, implementation of sanitation technologies, systems and behavioral interventions, risk-based management, and monitoring approaches. The guidelines articulate the role of the health sector in maximizing the health impact of sanitation interventions. And also identify gaps in the evidence-base to guide future research efforts to improve the effectiveness of sanitation interventions.

Integrating Nature-Based Solutions for Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management: A Practitioner’s Guide

by ADB

Publication

This guide explores the benefits of using nature-based solutions to promote sustainable and resource-efficient infrastructure.

Mainstreaming Water Resilience in Asia and the Pacific Guidance Note

by ADB

Publication

This guidance note provides specific actions and tools for scaling up and mainstreaming water resilience in Asia and the Pacific through ADB’s operations.

Towards Systemic Change in Urban Sanitation

by IRC

Publication

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.