Community managed ecological sanitation and waste management project for Livingstone, Zambia (2014-2016)
Project aims to improve poor sanitation and waste management situation in the city of Livingstone, situated in Southern-Zambia, city known from the mighty Victoria Falls. The local partner is an NGO named Livingstone Green Iniative (LGI). Overall objective is to establish community managed ecological dry toilet (DT) sanitation as an alternative for the conventional sanitation approaches in water&sanitation and solid waste management.
Poverty levels in the high-density urban areas of Livingstone are high. Most households have no regular source of income and they have no access to proper water&sanitation facilities, which result in spreading of diseases and many other social, environmental and economical problems.
Market women and the youth for the composting and less privileged households for the dry toilet component. Glass recycling will create employment for males and females of all ages. School children&vulnerable youth are involved in WASH and DT-training.
1. Sensitization, education and trainings of WASH&Dry toilets (incl. building) in all levels
2. Establishment of DTs in urban and peri-urban areas which have no water and sewerage system
3. Composting of organic waste at vegetable markets and establishment of tree nurseries
4. Glass recycling for production of building materials; to be done by small business enterprises of community members
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Project Manager Finland: Sari Huuhtanen
e-mail: sari.huuhtanen (at) huussi.net
puh: +358 45 356 4099
Project coordinator Zambia: Andrew Kabwe
e-mail: drekabwe (at) gmail.com
puh: +260 975 674 261