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THE UNIQUE CHALLENGES OF IMPROVING PERI-URBAN SANITATION

This document is intended to be an informational tool that helps project designers better understand and confront the problems in improving sanitation in peri-urban areas. It is not meant to be a technical design manual, nor is it a comprehensive reference document on existing technologies. The ultimate goals of the report are to provide the reader with some key questions to ask, with information to gather as part of the planning and design process, and with suggestions about what basic approach to follow in setting up peri-urban sanitation projects.

Author(s): William Hogrewe, Steven D. Joyce and Eduardo A. Perez

Publication: WASH Technical Report No. 86

Organisation: Office of Health, Bureau for Research and Development,U.S. Agency for International Development, under WASH Task No. 339

Date: 1993

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