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Public-Private Partnership Project for Small Scale, Youth-Led Sanitation Business Development

Last updated: 13/01/2023
IATI Identifier: US-EIN-13-5563422-6920127
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CRS pilots an innovative a small-scale sanitation business development approach to catalyze demand, uptake, and sustainability of improved sanitation facilities, in three districts of Mbeya Region. A public/private partnership between local government authorities, private sector partners, international and local NGOs will train Youth Entrepreneurs to run sanitation businesses, construct appropriate improved latrines using human centered design (HCD) and Smartphone technology to market sanitation products to poor Households (HHs) triggered through CLTS.


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  • Catholic Relief Services
  • People's Development Forum


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Programme data last updated on 13/01/2023