At least eighty cities begin replication of city transformation best practices.
At least six cities have adopted city-wide planning, policy, regulatory, institutional,
resourcing and service-level changes to non-sewered sanitation to demonstrate a measurable
increase in the proportion of fecal sludge that is safely managed
The work contributes to the ability of all cities (model cities or replication cities) to start
having an evidence-based discussion about the (financial) costs of providing services
(with some of the data collected in our model cities in Asia, supporting our work there directly).
We have prepared a poster that describes the main aims of the project, click the image to get a larger pdf version.
We are a team of researchers at Leeds University led by Prof. Barbara Evans.
Meet the team...
Areas of expertise: sanitation; water supply; public health; international development; political economy; international targets and monitoring; faecal sludge management; economics and costing
Miller Alonso Camargo Valero
Areas of expertise: wastewater treatment systems; the recovery of resources from human and animal excreta, wastewater and sewage sludge; and associated environmental impacts.
Sally’s main research interests include: inclusive Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH); community-led urban development; collective action (e.g. CBOs, cooperatives and urban social movements); gender and WASH; climate change impacts and adaptations in low-income settlements
Areas of expertise: megaprojects; nuclear power; project management; energy economics; energy policy; energy storage; small Modular Reactors; risk management
Tristano's research is focused on contracting and project management in the field of project financing, the researchwas cross-sectorial but focusedprevalently on energy, oil & gas, and nuclear.
Fiona's research has been in emergency sanitation and has working experiences as water-sanitation engineer in various humanitarian agencies includes International Committee of The Red Cross (ICRC) and United Nations Children’s Funds (UNICEF) in Indonesia and Sudan
Areas of expertise: computational fluid dynamics cfd; river flow; flood modelling; environmental risk analysis;
There is always room for more expertise in this area.