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Sustainability of Rural Sanitation Marketing in Vietnam

Postby WSP_Scaling_Up » 14 Jun 2011 18:24


A research study conducted by WSP found that coverage had continued to grow in pilot communes two years after the end of a rural sanitation marketing pilot project. Promoters had continued their activities, albeit at a lesser intensity level, and many suppliers had expanded their product range and customer base and reported increased revenues. Lack of tailored information on more affordable toilet construction and financing were the main barriers for those who had not yet built a sanitary toilet, despite having been reached by the pilot project. Published in Waterlines, Volume 30, Number 1.

Learn more about this and more by visiting http://www.wsp.org/scalingupsanitation.

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