The sanitation circular economy - rhetoric vs. reality

IWMI researchers call for a sanitation circular and solidarity economy which explores innovative economic solutions for the most basic of human needs in ways that are wired for inclusivity.

Sanitation remains one of the most off-track Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with 3.4 billion people, about 46% of the world’s population, still without access to safe sanitation facilities. Building on evidence from field research in India, Nepal, Ghana and Ethiopia, the Towards Brown Gold project highlights three key issues for urgent consideration in currently popular framings of the sanitation circular economy (SCE).

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