|Prelims (Contents, List of Figures, List of Tables, List of Boxes, Preface, Acknowledgements, Introduction)|
|1. Urban sanitation – problems and responses|
|2. A strategic framework for urban sanitation planning|
|3. Strategic sanitation planning in towns and cities|
|4. Developing a supportive context|
|5. Developing a strategic process from the local level|
|6. The role of sanitation and hygiene sanitation promotion in developing and informing demand|
|7. Gathering and using information for strategic planning|
|8. Choosing an appropriate sanitation technology|
|9. Guidelines for holding a participatory workshop|
|10. Implementing the plan|
|Back Matter (Appendices 1 - 4, Glossary, References, Index)|
The late Kevin Tayler was a municipal engineer with over 20 years' experience of urban infrastructure planning in developing countries and was an Honorary Professor in the School of City and Regional Planning at Cardiff University.
Jonathan Parkinson is a civil and environmental engineer specializing in the planning and design of urban infrastructure and services for sanitation and wastewater management for low-income settlements in developing countries.
Jeremy Colin is an independent consultant in water and environmental health for low-income communities. He has field experience in South Asia, Africa and the UK.
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