Strengthen service delivery for the very lo- income households in peri-urban areas in Kabwe, Zambia.
The first part of the Sanitation in Peri-urban areas in Africa (SPA) focussed on the establishment of sustainable sanitation service systems, including the construction of applicable and sustainable toilet facilities; the establishment and strengthening of small enterprises in latrine construction and pit-emptying; and creating a supportive enabling environment – financially, administratively and technically.
To follow up on our activities, SPA 2 we is focused on strengthening sanitation service delivery for the very low income households in peri urban areas in the municipality of Kabwe in Zambia.
Goals of the programme
During the inception phase, we conducted quick scans assessing the present status of the market and the involvement of relevant stakeholders, including businesses and Micro Finance Institutions. Based on the results of the quick scans, the plans for the implementation phase have are reformulated.
Activities under the implementation phase will focus on trial of adjustment of concepts and core themes in particularly for the very poor. This includes:
The outputs from this project will be utilized in other projects of Plan Netherlands and WASTE. In fact, the first part of the SPA programme is where we designed and developed the WASTE Diamond Business model. This model is now the foundation of all the work we do.
Funded by Plan Netherlands (Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs)