How can Local authorities lead local sanitation planning strategies, by involving all stakeholders?

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1.2.6. By 2020, at least 500 additional urban, peri-urban and rural local authorities will have adopted and implemented, by involving local stakeholders, local strategy and action plans that cover all components of the sanitation chain and are in accordance with a national comprehensive strategic sanitation plan and priorities.

Sanitation is a basic service to be organized and implement at local level, often under the remit of local authorities. Fulfilling such a responsibility requires specific knowledge of the sector’s local needs and issues, as well as a pragmatic vision for defining means of intervention and prioritising actions.

From the analysis of the dozen of solutions gathered and the testimony of various stakeholders involved in a strategic planning approach, this session will demonstrate what can be the positive impacts of sanitation planning in the field, in both urban, periurban and rural areas. Then we will identify the steps that need to be followed when constructing a municipal strategy, in a concerted manner with all local stakeholders, for sanitation services.

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