Currently, more than four billion people live in urban areas – a number projected to rise to nearly 7 billion by 2050.
Today, nearly 57% of people who live in cities lack safely managed sanitation, and 16% don’t have access to even basic sanitation.
A range of sanitation solutions, from traditional toilets and sewers to less-accepted non-networked solutions such as latrines and faecal sludge management, must all be used and integrated to achieve universal sanitation.
Canadian charity and engineering firm CAWST discovered that although there were many people and organizations working towards inclusive sanitation, they lacked the support they needed to succeed.
This articles tells the story of how CAWST are helping to develop capacity at both the organizational and individual levels to better support sanitation service delivery for all.
Read more here.