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KIFFWA

The EKN has taken the initiative to set up a facility to mobilize alternative (private) sources of funding. In order to realize a ‘break-through’, the facility will identify innovate ways of employing funding sources in...

FUSP

The Frysian consortium formed by water company Vitens, the waterboard for Frysland, the province of Frysland and the Frysian municipalities run a Sanitation Programme in Mozambique

BRAC WASH Low Cost Sanitation Bangadesh (SANTE)

IRC provides technical support to BRAC for the implementation of a project called BRAC WASH. BRAC started its WATER, Sanitation and Hygien (WASH) Programme in partnership with the Government of Bangladesh.. The aim of...

Towards a sustainable academic African sanitation network

The African Sanitation Knowledge Network (ASKNET) exists since 2007. Nuffic (www.nuffic.nl) supports this Association for a year to give the association to opportunity to become more sustainable and self-supporting.

FINISH in Kenya

The concept that financial inclusion improves sanitation and health (FINISH) has been field tested in India for the last 4 years, whereby sanitation and health awareness has been raised for an estimated 3 million people...

Support for Bo city in setting up Solid Waste Management Plan

The city Bo in Sierra Leone lacks a sustainable Waste Management Plan. WHH (Welthungerhilfe) collaborates with the city council to develop and implement such a plan. WASTE has been asked to do the first assessment and...

Sustainable Waste Management in Colombia

WASTE will be working with Agentschap NL and MetaSus in Colombia for the next 2 years. The aim is to improve the waste services in the big cities, making use of the existing service providers, which in many cases are...

Engaging waste pickers in Europe

This seed-money-project is financed by WIEGO, Workers in the Informal Economy, Globalizing, Organising, a UK-registered charity. In 2009, WIEGO received a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation to support the...

Gender Mainstreaming Guide

WASTE has worked together with ACEPESA, an NGO in Costa Rica, to realize the gender mainstreaming guide for the Regional Initiative for Inclusive Recycling.

Quick scan Bahamas

A quick assessment of the waste management situation on the Bahamas.

Freetown solid waste management assessment

WASTE has been asked to do a waste management assessment in the city of Freetown in Sierra Leone. A short inventory with an interesting result.

SaWi

SaWi is developed and initiated by WASTE and Aqua for All. SaWi connects demand for safe and sustainable sanitation solutions in developing an emerging economies/ markets to Dutch and European based private...

Recycling guidelines for Botswana municipalities

Botswana has a policy commitment to recycling and valorisation, and is seeking to maximise the diversion of materials from disposal and to optimise and improve recovery by valorising more materials.

Formulation Solid Waste Project in Sikasso

WASTE assisted in a project formulation for waste management in Sikasso, Mali

Bike2clean

Training for waste collectors in Uganda

S(p)eedkits

WASTE is involved in the development of requirements for emergency sanitation solutions. Solutions to make sure that after disaster strikes, adequate and fast action can be undertaken to ensure that the victims get...

Support in implementation of three solid waste management projects in Turkey

A project in which WASTE was subcontracted to prepare a waste management assessment for three cities in Turkey, Amasya, Bitlis and Kütahya, which was used to set up a series of multi-stakeholders training.

WAter, Sanitation, Hygiene (WASH)

The WASH Alliance The Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector requires greater synergy. Six Dutch civil society organisations with extensive experience in WASH have joined forces to form the WASH Alliance: Simavi,...

Emergency Sanitation

WASTE has formed a consortium with several organisations working in emergency areas. The main goal of the project is to come to a proper description of requirements for appropriate sanitation systemens in emergency...

Municipal Reconstruction in Les Palmes Haïti

As part of a larger project in the Les Palmes Region of Haïti, WASTE is asked to support the four cities in the Region of Haiti in the reconstruction and modernisation of their recycling, organics management, waste...

Sanitation and Health SHAW

By 2014, an enabling environment exists for communities in nine selected districts in NTT, Papua Bharat and Papua Provinces, to realise a sustainable healthy living environment, through coordinated action to promote...

Horizon 2020, European Union via ACR+, 2011

Collaboration with ACR+ in the Horizon 2020 programme.

African Finance Facility

Parnters for Water (PfW) financed a feasibility study for the set-up of a Financing Facility in Africa for water and sanitation. The project was to identify the modality that is most effective and cost-efficient to...

Converting City Waste into Compost

Technical support on composting in Ethiopia and Kenya

Learning Group for Waste and Sanitation

The Dutch development sector has its own support organisation, called PSO, which supports capacity development of Dutch development co-operation organisations and their partners. As a PSO member, WASTE has the...

Fair Waste Practices

Practices that work for all the People, in Serbia is project aiming to improve the capacity of all stakeholders to assure the sustainability, effectiveness and fairness of local waste management and recycling practices...

UN-Habitat Solid Waste and the Worlds Cities

Together with more than 25 researchers, 20 cities around the world were thoroughly assessed on their waste management system. The results of this research has been written down in the UN-Habitat's book Solid Waste...

Financial INclusion Improves Sanitation and Health (FINISH)

FINISH stands for the Financial INclusion Improves Sanitation and Health programme and has been supported and implemented since 2009 by an Indian-Dutch consortium comprising banks, insurance companies, NGOs and academic...

ISSOWAMA

“Integrated Sustainable Solid Waste Management in Asia” ISSOWAMA, has the aim of developing a performance assessment system for integrated waste management scenarios, which will consist of a set of qualitative...

Sanitation in Peri-urban areas in Africa (SPA)

The original programme document of the Sanitation in Peri-urban areas in Africa (SPA) aims for water and sewerage utilities to take responsibility for on-site sanitation in peri-urban areas of selected cities: Parakou...

Public Private Partnerships in Integrated Sustainable Waste Management (PPP-ISWM)

The PPP-ISWM initiative is a multi-year programme implemented by the UNDP Public-Private Partnerships for Service Delivery (PPPSD) in partnership with WASTE, Advisers on Urban Environment and Development of Gouda, the...

ISSUE-2

Integrated Support for a Sustainable Urban Environment 2 (ISSUE2), a follow up of ISSUE, aiming at upscaling the number of sanitation facilities in the 14 countries.

Reuse-Oriented Sanitation concepts for peri-urban areas in Africa (ROSA)

The UN Millenium Development Goals (MDGs, target 10) call for halving the proportion of people without access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation by 2015. ROSA promotes resource-oriented sanitation concepts as a...

AsiaProEco

Integrated Approaches to Improving the Urban Environment in Asia (Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka). This EU AsiaProEco project intended to contribute to reducing environmental threats to the health and livelihoods of...

Improve Solid Waste Management in Tsunami Affected Sri Lanka

The project “Rapid implementation of community based short and middle term measures to improve the functioning of solid waste management in Tsunami affected areas of Ampara and Hambantota districts” was approved by...

Technical Assistance after Tsunami, CORDAID 2005

he scale of the Tsunami disaster made Sri Lanka call for international assistance. The international community has responded positively and has already offered a considerable amount of funds and assistance. Dutch offers...

ISSUE

The ISSUE programme or Integrated Sustainable Support for Sustainable Urban Environment was one of the first large partnership programmes that WASTE has been involved in. It grew out of field experiences in urban areas...

Study visits to the Netherlands

WASTE regularly organizes field visits around waste management practices for groups from various countries.

UWEP

UWEP was an 8-year programme of WASTE, which goal was: to contribute to a better livelihood ( e.g. income, safe working conditions) and a better environment in relation to urban waste management, in particular for low-...

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