Responsible Organisation, ENDA Maghreb (Moroccan branch of ENDA Third World). ENDA faced a number of constraints: local authorities refused to provide. with the aim of adding value to the work of informal street collectors in the districts of Agdal and Hay Riad. Partner: Enda Maghreb Website: ma. Visit their site: HeadQuarters: Contact Person Dr. Ibrahim Magdi Mailing Addres is , Quartier O.L.M., Rabat-Souissi, .

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Register as an individual member of SuSanA free of charge. Originally 12 weavers and later increasing to 40 organised to form a women’s co- operative to make rugs, bags, carpets and related products. After consultation within the community an association was set up – with two of the eleven seats reserved for the women from the project – to deal with the local authorities. Discussion forum Go to discussion forum Share knowledge, exchange experiences, discuss challenges, make announcements, ask questions and more.

We ask for your understanding. At the moment, not all functions and hyperlinks are available. This programme mgahreb provides classes in Arabic and French for 61 women and young girls and has a waiting list of 50 due to its success. The production and training initiatives have been expanded to other women 40 to date and young girls in the district 15 to date.

The savings from the sale of the products helped start a micro-credit programme with a social fund. Initially ENDA sat down with the local population to find out what magnreb be the most appropriate way to intervene and improve the living conditions in the community.

The population clearly needed a structure in which to organise themselves. Women started to undertake research to develop their product, both in terms of artistic design and the range of goods being produced. A young girl – formerly unemployed – graduated from the district has been employed on a part-time magyreb to providing literacy classes. Content – Summary This library enra also contains a second document: Shit flow diagrams SFDs help to visualize excreta management in urban settings.

Local population motivation in dealing with the economic, social and environmental issues, including revitalisation of traditional skills. People working for SuSanA partners can add their own projects through their partner profile page.


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Write us an e-mail close. In particular the need for a rubbish dump and sewage system was identified, since the lack of these facilities was causing serious health problems for the local residents. Our aim is to facilitate forward the participative planning taking into account the local context and the necessary partnerships with the different actors. Working Groups 1 – Capacity development 2 – Market development 3 – Renewable energies and climate change 4 – Sanitation systems and technology options 5 – Food security and productive sanitation systems 6 – Cities 7 – Sustainable WASH in institutions and gender equality 8 – Emergency and reconstruction situations 9 – Public awareness, advocacy and civil society engagement 10 – Operation, maintenance and sustainable services 11 – Groundwater protection 12 – WASH and nutrition 13 – Behaviour change.

Women started collecting – in an organised fashion – the waste products from the local households and factories to produce the carpets, bags and rugs.

This library entry also contains a second document: The population was largely illiterate, without the experience, the solidarity or the confidence to act. The social fund aims to help the women in times of financial hardship and is based on the rate of sales of their products. SuSanA secretariat Views Downloads.

Use the map or the enfa tool to access the most relevant information and knowledge products for your region or country. Contact us if you have ideas on how your website or sub-sections of it could be integrated into the SuSanA website: Click on a working group to the right to find out more about its work or to join it.

The magherb – through solidarity and business fund – provided the local population with a low interest form of finance that can fund small business and contribute to a social security system for a marginalised community. We will implemented this functionality within the next few weeks.

But if you tick two filters for two different parameters then this is treated as an “and” search, i. A number of research projects were undertaken together with the local population, to tackle the neighbourhood’s solid and liquid waste management problems.

Vocational and social integration of informal waste collectors

Development of a successful business using local knowledge and recycled material. The increased saving contributed to the establishment of the micro-credit initiative. Sustainable Development Success Stories. Not yet a SuSana partner? Poverty and changing maghhreb and production patterns; Education, Awareness raising and Capacity building.


If anything is unclear maghgeb how the filter and search mafhreb work, just contact us: Filter operations If you tick two options within one filter parameter, then this is treated as an “or” search, meaning either of them could be true. Share knowledge, exchange experiences, discuss challenges, make announcements, ask questions and more.

However, their right ena stay on this plot is not as yet being resolved and we continue to lobby the local authorities to provide a basic level of housing for the community and to integrate them into the wider economy.

Our 13 working groups cover a variety of different sanitation themes. Other achievements include the installation of a sewage system to clean up the waste caused by nearby military base and construction of a landfill for the local area. Ok I’ve got it.

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The costs entailed by the displacement could not be met either by the local authorities or by the community. The SuSanA newsletter is sent out around four times per year. As a member you can interact with thousands of sanitation enthusiasts on the discussion forum. Women also started a literacy programme, a community micro-credit programme and a child care centre. A number of those women turned to the production of rugs from used materials, to sell to the families in the district.

The experience enhanced the capacity of the local population to negotiate with the authorities through the new districts association. The local authority was planning to move the residents to a new site, which meant that residents as well as having to pay for the new site would also lose the money that they invested in the old site.

Targeted through the local women, the project improved their position also thanks to their permanent representation in the local association. The project database contains nearly sanitation projects of many different organizations dealing with research, implementation, advocacy, capacity development etc.