2.4 billion people worldwide lack access to improved sanitation, most of whom live in Southern Asia, Eastern Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa. In recent years, market-based solutions have been recognized as an effective means of addressing this gap because they aim to grow demand for improved sanitation, while ensuring that a sustainable supply of affordable and appropriately-designed products and services are available to match the demand.
This review, featuring a case study on PSI’s 3SI program in Bihar, India, illustrates the components of market-based approaches to improved sanitation and how they can be used to achieve sustainability and scale.
- Populations Served
- General Population, Rural Population, Urban Population
- Health Areas
- Sanitation, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
- Developing Markets
- Resource Types
- Reports and Briefs
- Fecal Sludge Management, Rural Sanitation, Urban Sanitation, WASH Solutions
- Supporting Sustainable Sanitation Improvements (3SI)