Sanitation and the seven Ps — problems, promise, principles, people, politics, professionalism —and potties
For too long sanitation has been 'the step-child of water supply', say the experts. So, over two years, an international working group diagnosed the problems, and dissected the successes. What does it propose for the future?
In one of the poorest countries of the world, a very simple form of ecosanitation is catching on. Not only is the Arborloo a low-cost, safe way to dispose of excreta, but it also provides compost that can support the growth of valuable trees.