Resources

Toilet Board Coalition Publications

BEYOND CSR TO THE SANITATION ECONOMY Transformational Business & Investment Opportunities in India

Aavishkaar-Intellecap & Toilet Board Coalition

5th December, 2018

The transition to the Sanitation Economy presents a transformational opportunity to ensure a sustainable future for sanitation systems that can provide alternatives to the cost burdened systems of today, towards cost recovery and full of life-improving innovations, business and commercial investment opportunities - that could turn the outlook for SDG 6 around and ensure the resilience of India’s progress on sanitation access via the Swachh Bharat Mission.

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BEYOND CSR TO THE SANITATION ECONOMY Transformational Business & Investment Opportunities in India

Aavishkaar-Intellecap & Toilet Board Coalition

The sustainable management of water and sanitation underpins wider efforts to end poverty and advance sustainable development. But, the world is not on track to reach Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6) on Water and Sanitation by the deadline set for 2030, says a new UN report (UN Water, 2018). The World Bank estimates that $1.14 trillion USD per year in overall global investment is needed to meet SDG targets 6.1 and 6.2, which represents a trillion dollar financing gap, and calls for a new financing paradigm that includes mobilising additional and innovative forms of domestic and international finance—a largely untapped financial resource to the sector (World Bank & UNICEF, 2017). Locally, it is estimated that India loses more than $106 billion USD per year of its GDP (> 5% of total) due to inadequate sanitation. 

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Creating Alliances to Accelerate Commercially Viable Sanitation: Lessons Learned from the Toilet Board Coalition and its Market-Based Initiatives

Toilet Board Coalition

5th December, 2018

This report presents invaluable insights from the first year of the Toilet Board Coalition (TBD), including an overview of the TBC's current sanitation initiatives, learnings for organisations co-creating market-based projects and lessons for groups working towards combined social and business objectives.

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Creating Alliances to Accelerate Commercially Viable Sanitation: Lessons Learned from the Toilet Board Coalition and its Market-Based Initiatives

Toilet Board Coalition

This report presents invaluable insights from the first year of the Toilet Board Coalition (TBD), including an overview of the TBC's current sanitation initiatives, learnings for organisations co-creating market-based projects and lessons for groups working towards combined social and business objectives.

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Building Future Sanitation Models

Toilet Board Coalition, Unilever

5th December, 2018

This report focuses on understanding how new technologies and future sanitation models may be harnessed to accelerate the goal of increasing access to affordable, hygienic, economically and environmentally sustainable sanitation.

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Building Future Sanitation Models

Toilet Board Coalition, Unilever

This report focuses on understanding how new technologies and future sanitation models may be harnessed to accelerate the goal of increasing access to affordable, hygienic, economically and environmentally sustainable sanitation.

This report was prepared for the Toilet Board Coalition and was sponsored by Unilever.

 

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Get a Toilet: Building Demand for Toilets

Toilet Board Coalition, Unilever

5th December, 2018

This report is about developing demand propositions for sanitation marketing – pulling people towards wanting a toilet in their homes. It’s about understanding the triggers, motivators and barriers to move from open defecation or a shared community toilet, to buying, installing and using a toilet at home.

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Get a Toilet: Building Demand for Toilets

Toilet Board Coalition, Unilever

Sustainable sanitation solutions need to take both infrastructure – the hardware – and cultural barriers and behaviour – the software – into account. This report is about developing demand propositions for sanitation marketing – pulling people towards wanting a toilet in their homes. It’s about understanding the triggers, motivators and barriers to move from open defecation or a shared community toilet, to buying, installing and using a toilet at home. Using the Evo-Eco Model, created by Bob Aunger and Val Curtis of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Unilever’s 5 Levers of Change, the report features nine propositions and some creative ideas to bring them to life.

 

This is a report that was prepared for the Toilet Board Coalition and was sponsored by Unilever. 

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Global Toilet Business Innovation and Investment Summit: 2016 Highlights

Toilet Board Coalition

5th December, 2018

This report seeks to capture the 2016 summit learnings and energy in a brief report sharing the highlights and themes throughout the three days, Nov 15-17 2016.

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Global Toilet Business Innovation and Investment Summit: 2016 Highlights

Toilet Board Coalition

It was a special honour to host over 250 leading businesses and stakeholders this past November in Mumbai at the Global Toilet Business Innovation and Investment Summit. This report seeks to capture the 2016 summit learnings and energy in a brief report sharing the highlights and themes throughout the three days, Nov 15-17 2016. 

Please take a moment to take a look and discover the inspiring businesses, entrepreneurs, investors, and ecosystem enablers accelerating the business of sanitation for all!

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The Digitisation of Sanitation

Toilet Board Coalition

5th December, 2018

In 2016, the Toilet Board Coalition conducted a feasibility study to explore the potential role of mobile and digital applications to drive efficiencies and consumer demand in sanitation business models operating in low-income markets. This paper presents the findings of our study in the form of a thought piece on the topic of the digitisation of sanitation for all.

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The Digitisation of Sanitation

Toilet Board Coalition

In 2016, the Toilet Board Coalition conducted a feasibility study to explore the potential role of mobile and digital applications to drive efficiencies and consumer demand in sanitation business models operating in low-income markets. This paper presents the findings of our study in the form of a thought piece on the topic of the digitisation of sanitation for all. Our intent is to present a number of business opportunity spaces, where we believe that value has been left on the table and customer needs unmet, to be explored further in the decade ahead. 

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Sanitation in the Circular Economy

Toilet Board Coalition

5th December, 2018

In 2016, the Toilet Board Coalition conducted a feasibility study to explore the potential role of Sanitation in the Circular Economy. This paper presents the findings of our study in the form of a thought piece on the topic of sanitation in the Circular Economy.

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Sanitation in the Circular Economy

Toilet Board Coalition

In 2016, the Toilet Board Coalition conducted a feasibility study to explore the potential role of Sanitation in the Circular Economy. This paper presents the findings of our study in the form of a thought piece on the topic of sanitation in the Circular Economy. Our intent is to present a number of business opportunity spaces, where we believe that value has been left on the table and customer needs unmet, which we recommend are to be explored further in the decade ahead. 

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The Toilet Board Coalition: Accelerating the Business of Sanitation for All

Toilet Board Coalition

5th December, 2018

This brochure presents an open door into the unique approach of the Toilet Board Coalition, our business case, business view, and business opportunities in delivering sustainable sanitation to all

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The Toilet Board Coalition: Accelerating the Business of Sanitation for All

Toilet Board Coalition

This brochure presents an open door into the unique approach of the Toilet Board Coalition, our business case, business view, and business opportunities in delivering sustainable sanitation to all - including messages from our Inaugural Chairman and Executive Director, our vision and mission, an introduction to our newly launched Toilet Accelerator and 2016 cohort, our theory of change and future outlook.

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Introducing the Sanitation Economy

Toilet Board Coalition

5th December, 2018

The Sanitation Economy presents vast potential for global economic growth while addressing one of the most urgent grand challenges of our time, achieving universal access to improved sanitation (SDG6). It monetises toilet provision, products and services, biological resources, data and information to provide benefits across business and society.

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Introducing the Sanitation Economy

Toilet Board Coalition

Sanitation is every business’s business. 

The Sanitation Economy presents vast potential for global economic growth while addressing one of the most urgent grand challenges of our time, achieving universal access to improved sanitation (SDG6). It monetises toilet provision, products and services, biological resources, data and information to provide benefits across business and society.  

THE SANITATION ECONOMY IS:

  • The Toilet Economy
  • The Circular Sanitation Economy
  • The Smart Sanitation Economy
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The Sanitation Economy in India: Market Estimates and Insights

Toilet Board Coalition

5th December, 2018

We have aimed to quantify the potential size of the market for the Sanitation Economy with market estimates in 3 areas: the Toilet Economy, the Circular Sanitation Economy and the Smart Sanitation Economy. With this study we hope to inspire action by presenting early evidence that the context is favourable and the potential is large.

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The Sanitation Economy in India: Market Estimates and Insights

Toilet Board Coalition

We have aimed to quantify the potential size of the market for the Sanitation Economy with market estimates in 3 areas: the Toilet Economy, the Circular Sanitation Economy and the Smart Sanitation Economy. With this study we hope to inspire action by presenting early evidence that the context is favourable and the potential is large. This study does not attempt to outline specific business strategies, but rather seeks to identify business opportunity spaces to be further explored. 

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The Circular Sanitation Economy: New Pathways to Commercial and Societal Benefits

Toilet Board Coalition

5th December, 2018

To demonstrate the commercial viability of the Circular Sanitation Economy, by backcasting from the future, to envisage the new business models operating at city scale, and to explore two key questions: • Will current Circular Economy Sanitation business models be profitable at scale, and will public subsidy still be required? • What are the key elements of the commercial case – the key arguments needed at the inflexion points where scale-up decisions are made?

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The Circular Sanitation Economy: New Pathways to Commercial and Societal Benefits

Toilet Board Coalition

To demonstrate the commercial viability of the Circular Sanitation Economy, by backcasting from the future, to envisage the new business models operating at city scale, and to explore two key questions:

•  Will current Circular Economy Sanitation business models be profitable at scale, and will public subsidy still be required?

• What are the key elements of the commercial case – the key arguments needed at the inflexion points where scale-up decisions are made? 

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The Sanitation Economy in Agriculture A Guide For Business

Toilet Board Coalition

5th December, 2018

In the tea sector in Assam, India, the Toilet Board Coalition (TBC), together with the Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP), have been assessing Circular Sanitation Economy approaches for plantations, with new technologies, business models and infrastructure. This report outlines initial findings from our work with the tea sector in 2018, building a compelling economic case for Circular Sanitation Economy approaches in agriculture.

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The Sanitation Economy in Agriculture A Guide For Business

Toilet Board Coalition

In the tea sector in Assam, India, the Toilet Board Coalition (TBC), together with the Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP), have been assessing Circular Sanitation Economy approaches for plantations, with new technologies, business models and infrastructure. This report outlines initial findings from our work with the tea sector in 2018, building a compelling economic case for Circular Sanitation Economy approaches in agriculture.

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Smart Sanitation City The Sanitation Economy At City Scale

Toilet Board Coalition

5th December, 2018

In India, the Government’s Smart Cities Mission launched in 2016 seeks to develop 100 cities across the country making them citizen friendly and sustainable. There is a focus on efficiency, improved public services, goods, spaces, and modernisation of pubic services. At the same time, in 2014 the Government of India launched its Swachh Bharat Mission with the objectives of eliminating open defecation through the construction of household-owned and community-owned toilets, while establishing an accountable mechanism of monitoring toilet use. Linking the two national priorities presents a unique opportunity to make the sum greater than the whole of its parts. By linking Smart City and Clean India initiatives, we can boost economic growth, while addressing the sanitation crisis - and contributing to the Sustainable Development Goal 6.2 for universal access to safely managed sanitation.

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Smart Sanitation City The Sanitation Economy At City Scale

Toilet Board Coalition

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Designing the Next Generation of Sanitation Businesses

Hystra, Toilet Board Coalition

19th August, 2018

A number of market-based sanitation models have emerged in rural and urban areas to address the sanitation crisis, serving the Base of the Pyramid in a sustainable manner by offering improved solutions at a price that the poor are willing and able to pay. This report analyses two models that combine an aspirational value proposition for low-income families and a strong potential for financial sustainability: a) projects that facilitate the creation of a local, sanitation market in rural areas and b) enterprises servicing home mobile toilets in urban areas.

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Designing the Next Generation of Sanitation Businesses

Hystra, Toilet Board Coalition

A number of market-based sanitation models have emerged in rural and urban areas to address the sanitation crisis, serving the Base of the Pyramid in a sustainable manner by offering improved solutions at a price that the poor are willing and able to pay. This report analyses two models that combine an aspirational value proposition for low-income families and a strong potential for financial sustainability: a) projects that facilitate the creation of a local, sanitation market in rural areas and b) enterprises servicing home mobile toilets in urban areas.

This report was prepared for the Toilet Board Coalition by Hystra and was sponsored by AFD, DFID, Kimerbly Clark, Stone Family Foundation and Unilever.

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Member/Partner Publications

Female-friendly public and community toilets: a guide for planners and decision makers

WSUP, WaterAid, Unicef

19th November, 2018

The guide can help improve understanding of the requirements of women and girls using public and community toilets. It provides guidance on how to address these in city planning and local-level implementation, so that planning, designing, upgrading and management results in female-friendly toilets that are more accessible to users whose requirements have often been ignored, including women, girls, older people and people with disabilities.

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Female-friendly public and community toilets: a guide for planners and decision makers

WSUP, WaterAid, Unicef

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We Can't Wait: A Report on Sanitation and Hygiene for Women and Girls

WaterAid, Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, Unilever

12th November, 2018

This report examines how the lack of access to improved sanitation impacts women and girls – from dropping out of school with the onset of menstruation, which in turn impacts their economic prospects, to risking attack when they go out to defecate at night.

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We Can't Wait: A Report on Sanitation and Hygiene for Women and Girls

WaterAid, Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, Unilever

Everyone deserves the privacy, health benefits and dignity of a safe toilet, but this is especially true of women, who are often the most vulnerable to the effects of poor sanitation. This report examines how the lack of access to improved sanitation impacts women and girls – from dropping out of school with the onset of menstruation, which in turn impacts their economic prospects, to risking attack when they go out to defecate at night.

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The True Cost of Poor Sanitation

LIXIL, WaterAid, Oxford Economics

19th August, 2018

The Oxford Economics model calculates costs associated to poor sanitation in relation to four of the most significant dimensions originally analysed by the WSP: mortality, productivity, healthcare and access. This analysis was then used to update the estimated cost in countries covered by the WSP research; and create cost estimates for other countries not covered in the WSP.

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The True Cost of Poor Sanitation

LIXIL, WaterAid, Oxford Economics

Oxford Economics carried out bespoke econometric analysis on behalf of LIXIL to assess the relationship between costs estimated in the World Bank’s Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) study and a variety of driver variables. The Oxford Economics model calculates costs associated to poor sanitation in relation to four of the most significant dimensions originally analysed by the WSP: mortality, productivity, healthcare and access. This analysis was then used to update the estimated cost in countries covered by the WSP research; and create cost estimates for other countries not covered in the WSP. 

With such significant social and economic costs associated with poor sanitation, the argument for addressing this challenge cannot be ignored. More investment is needed, not just in terms of capital investment, but also in terms of a broader dialogue and discussion among governments, international organizations and the private sector about the need to prioritize this urgent issue. The time for concerted, coordinated action is now. This report is a compilation of this research and subsequent findings.

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Mapping Sanitation Solutions: A Report in Collaboration with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Domestos

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, SHARE, Unilever

19th August, 2018

This report surveys emerging sanitation solutions, especially from the perspective of sanitation as a business. Having done a horizon scan of 41 approaches drawn from countries in Africa, Asia, South East Asia and Latin America, the writers selected 19 to feature in the report.

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Mapping Sanitation Solutions: A Report in Collaboration with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Domestos

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, SHARE, Unilever

This report surveys emerging sanitation solutions, especially from the perspective of sanitation as a business. Having done a horizon scan of 41 approaches drawn from countries in Africa, Asia, South East Asia and Latin America, the writers selected 19 to feature in the report. These were chosen either because they used an interesting approach to demand creation or they demonstrated that they can have an impact on a large scale.

 

 

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Toilet for Health: A Report by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in collaboration with Domestos

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

19th August, 2018

This report provides an overview of how, if current trends continue, the world will not meet the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) target on sanitation.

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Toilet for Health: A Report by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in collaboration with Domestos

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

This report provides an overview of how, if current trends continue, the world will not meet the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) target on sanitation. MDG 7c calls on countries to halve, by 2015, the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation. The report examines how access to improved sanitation facilities has a positive impact on other MDGs. It also takes a detailed look at how the lack of access to improved sanitation keeps people trapped in a cycle of poor health.

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Behaviour Centred Design: towards an applied science of behaviour change

Robert Aunger and Valerie Curtis, Department of Infectious Disease, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

19th August, 2018

Behaviour change has become a hot topic. This paper describes a new approach, Behaviour Centred Design (BCD), which encompasses a theory of change, a suite of behavioural determinants and a programme design process.

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Behaviour Centred Design: towards an applied science of behaviour change

Robert Aunger and Valerie Curtis, Department of Infectious Disease, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Behaviour change has become a hot topic. This paper describes a new approach, Behaviour Centred Design (BCD), which encompasses a theory of change, a suite of behavioural determinants and a programme design process.

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Towards Effective CSR Innovations – Approach and Application

Confederation of Indian Industry

19th August, 2018

The Confederation of Indian Industry (Cii), in advance of their National CSR Summit produced a background paper in 2016 highlighting approaches and applications towards effective Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) innovations.

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Towards Effective CSR Innovations – Approach and Application

Confederation of Indian Industry

The Confederation of Indian Industry (Cii), in advance of their National CSR Summit produced a background paper in 2016 highlighting approaches and applications towards effective Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) innovations. 

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Progress on Drinking Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

UNICEF, World Health Organisation

19th August, 2018

The WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (JMP) produced regular estimates of global progress on drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) since 1990. It has established an extensive global database and has been instrumental in developing global norms to benchmark progress.

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Progress on Drinking Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

UNICEF, World Health Organisation

The WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (JMP) produced regular estimates of global progress on drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) since 1990. It has established an extensive global database and has been instrumental in developing global norms to benchmark progress. The JMP was respon- sible for monitoring the 2015 Millennium Development Goal (MDG) target 7c5 and is now responsible for tracking prog- ress towards the 2030 Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) targets related to drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). This 2017 update is the most comprehensive assessment to date and establishes the rst global baseline estimates for SDG targets 6.1 and 6.2. 

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A Guide to Strengthening the Enabling Environment for Faecal Sludge Management

Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP)

19th August, 2018

This Guide introduces that idea of conceptualising and strengthening the enabling environment for faecal sludge management (FSM) services in low-income urban areas.

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A Guide to Strengthening the Enabling Environment for Faecal Sludge Management

Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP)

This Guide introduces that idea of conceptualising and strengthening the enabling environment for faecal sludge management (FSM) services in low-income urban areas. It is based on WSUP’s experience working with Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to develop market-based solutions for on-site sanitation services in the cities of Dhaka and Chittagong (Bangladesh), Kisumu (Kenya) and Lusaka (Zambia).

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Network Publications

User-Centered Design (UCD) in Sanitation microsite

19th August, 2018

User-Centered Design (UCD) in Sanitation microsite, UCDinSanitation.com: A resource that can inform and guide the application of UCD to diverse sanitation challenges, featuring UCD case stories, tools and tips. On 26-28 September, 2017, a group of 40 WSH practitioners gathered in Seattle to discuss UCD in Sanitation – what is working and not working, how we are using UCD to inform design of sanitation products and services, and what we as a sector can do to expand the application of UCD in our work. With the presence of UCD and Sanitation experts from around the world, the event generated a wealth of knowledge and insights, and we believe this can benefit the broader sanitation community.

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User-Centered Design (UCD) in Sanitation microsite

User-Centered Design (UCD) in Sanitation microsite, UCDinSanitation.com: A resource that can inform and guide the application of UCD to diverse sanitation challenges, featuring UCD case stories, tools and tips. On 26-28 September, 2017, a group of 40 WSH practitioners gathered in Seattle to discuss UCD in Sanitation – what is working and not working, how we are using UCD to inform design of sanitation products and services, and what we as a sector can do to expand the application of UCD in our work. With the presence of UCD and Sanitation experts from around the world, the event generated a wealth of knowledge and insights, and we believe this can benefit the broader sanitation community. 

License to Innovate- Breakthrough for Social Impact

Deloitte

19th August, 2018

This 1 page report developed by Deloitte seeks to offer a decision making pathway for companies looking to innovate new offerings that deliver measurable social impact. This report states that there are five primary strategies a company can pursue: problem identification, ideation, solution development, proof of concept, and scale and diffusion.

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License to Innovate- Breakthrough for Social Impact

Deloitte

This 1 page report developed by Deloitte seeks to offer a decision making pathway for companies looking to innovate new offerings that deliver measurable social impact. This report states that there are five primary strategies a company can pursue: problem identification, ideation, solution development, proof of concept, and scale and diffusion. Many considerations factor into which strategy–or combination of strategies–a company chooses. Among other differences, strategies vary by the extent to which the company drives the innovation process versus relying on external partners to support a new solution’s development

 

 

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Systematic Behavior Change in Water Sanitation and Hygiene: A practical guide using the RANAS approach

Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC, Helvetas, eawag aquatic research

19th August, 2018

The aim of this manual is to give water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) practitioners a tool to help them when designing an effective behavior change campaign.

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Systematic Behavior Change in Water Sanitation and Hygiene: A practical guide using the RANAS approach

Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC, Helvetas, eawag aquatic research

The aim of this manual is to give water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) practitioners a tool to help them when designing an effective behavior change campaign. The methodology is explained step by step, all necessary skills and other requirements are described, and possible pitfalls are noted.

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The State of Handwashing in 2016: Annual Review

Global Handwashing Partnership

19th August, 2018

The Global Burden of Disease Study 2015 reported that the prevalence of diseases attributable to no handwashing has steadily declined since the 1990s, and that mortality and disability-adjusted life years (DALY) attributed to no handwashing have declined since 2000.

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The State of Handwashing in 2016: Annual Review

Global Handwashing Partnership

The Global Burden of Disease Study 2015 reported that the prevalence of diseases attributable to no handwashing has steadily declined since the 1990s, and that mortality and disability-adjusted life years (DALY) attributed to no handwashing have declined since 2000. Progress in reducing environmental risks was mainly driven by sizeable reductions in mortality and disease burden attributable to unsafe water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH). Between 2005 and 2015, the number of global deaths attributable to unsafe water and no handwashing with soap fell by more than 12%, whereas DALYs decreased by more than 20%. 

 

This review, based on the biannual research summaries published in 2016, presentsthe overarching findings, includes useful resources, and explores specific data and context. Findings are categorized by five key themes: 1) benefits of handwashing with soap, 2) measuring handwashing compliance, 3) approaches to handwashing behavior, 4) determinants of handwashing with soap, and 5) measuring handwashing hardware efficacy.

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Handwashing – Vital for Sustainable Development

Global Handwashing Partnership

19th August, 2018

For efforts to improve health and development to be the most successful, strategies to promote and facilitate handwashing must be included. Handwashing with soap has the potential to avert preventable deaths, improve healthcare outcomes, and bolster progress in education, equity, and WASH to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Handwashing – Vital for Sustainable Development

Global Handwashing Partnership

For efforts to improve health and development to be the most successful, strategies to promote and facilitate handwashing must be included. Handwashing with soap has the potential to avert preventable deaths, improve healthcare outcomes, and bolster progress in education, equity, and WASH to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Currently, national averages of access to soap and water in households range from below 10% to nearly 100%. Even when facilities are available, handwashing is not practiced as consistently and thoroughly as it needs to be. Globally, it is estimated that 19% of people wash their hands after contact with excreta.

 

This report includes an evidence-based rationale for the investment in handwashing behaviour change as well as calls to action in order to achieve the SDG indicator 6.2.1.

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Clean Hands for All: A Toolkit for Hygiene Advocacy

Global Handwashing Partnership

19th August, 2018

This toolkit includes an overview of why hygiene matters in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a short advocacy introduction, and suggestions on audiences, delivery mechanisms, and objectives for hygiene advocacy.

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Clean Hands for All: A Toolkit for Hygiene Advocacy

Global Handwashing Partnership

This toolkit includes an overview of why hygiene matters in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a short advocacy introduction, and suggestions on audiences, delivery mechanisms, and objectives for hygiene advocacy. It also includes tips for social media, meetings with policy makers, and other common advocacy activities. This toolkit builds on existing guidance on how to develop effective advocacy plans, notably UNICEF’s Advocacy Toolkit. 

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