|Title:||How much should safely managed sanitation cost?|
|Authors:||Jennifer McConville, Elisabeth Kvarnström, Charles Niwagaba, James Miiro Maiteki, Najib L. Bateganya, Jude Z. Byansi|
|Study Highlights:||– 56% of faecal matter in Greater Metropolitan Kampala is “safely managed”.|
– Annual capital and operating costs for the sewerage system are 13 times greater than for the FS system.
– NWSC’s annualized costs for treatment in the FS system is 220 times lower than that for the sewage system.
– Strategies aiming at equitable and inclusive sanitation need to consider alternative sanitation systems and services in which users enjoy equal shares of public funding.
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|Policy Brief: How much should safely managed sanitation cost?|
Policy Brief: How much should safely managed sanitation cost?