On-Site Sanitary Behaviors

Series: Pacific WASH Webinars

On-Site Sanitary Behaviors

30 November 2022

Achieving SDG target 6.2 of universal access to adequate and equitable sanitation requires faecal waste to be safely contained, transported, and treated along the sanitation service chain. While there are multiple technology options for achieving the SDG target, choices at the point of containment critically affect subsequent transport and treatment choices. Sanitary behavior change at the point of faecal containment is complicated because it lies within the remit of residential and commercial premises rather than public service providers.  

This webinar covered the principles of sanitary decision-making under development by the ADB for the Good Enough Guide to On-site Sanitation in the Pacific. The webinar also included presentations from the Samoa Water Authority and the World Bank’s recently approved South Tarawa Sanitation Project in Kiribati. 


Featured Speakers

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
30 Nov 2022 Presentations and Discussions On-site Sanitary Behaviors
This presentation gives an overview of the principles on sanitary decision-making under development by the ADB for the Good Enough Guide to On-site Sanitation...
Mark Ellery, Sharon Lesa, Raghava Neti, Bronwyn Powell


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