FSMA Spotlight Series #10: Regulating FSM through roles & responsibilities, regulations & standards

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CONTAINMENT STANDARD EXAMPLES FROM SENEGAL WITH FURTHER CASE STUDIES FROM FSM REGULATORS

The session will present challenges and solutions regarding FSM and sewerage regulation through the ‘IWA lens’ of Roles and Responsibilities, Regulations, and Regulating, with a particular focus on the development, through a first-hand account by national stakeholders, of the Senegalese standard on fecal sludge containment, supported by GGGI.

Even with standards agreed, regulating the balance of government and societal investment, as well as cost-reflective charges, between conventional sewerage and the particular complexities of the FSM service chain is an ongoing responsibility for regulators - as illustrated by the IWA case studies, to be addressed through a conversation.

Session facilitated by:

Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)
International Water Association (IWA)

Facilitators and Presenters:

Nathalie André, GGGI
Romain David Ivan Brillie, GGGI
Abdoulaye Faye, GGGI
Richard Franceys, IWA
Kariuki Mugo, Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP)
Abdourahmane Ndione, Association Sénégalaise de Normalisation (ASN)
Omar Sene, Ministry of Water and Sanitation, Senegal

*This is the recording of a live session held during the 6th International Faecal Sludge Management Conference (FSM6), 31 May – 4 June 2021 (www.fsm6.org)
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