WSUP Advisory works with mandate holders at regional, national and a city level to develop equitable, inclusive, and sustainable urban WASH strategies. The key to our approach is our focus on stakeholder engagement in the planning process to support buy-in, accountability and implementation success.
WSUP Advisory supports utilities and municipal governments to develop citywide inclusive sanitation business plans with a focus on service delivery models for onsite sanitation and faecal sludge management. Our approach to business planning is data driven, customer centric, and based on a realistic understanding of the time taken to build and respond to demand for improved sanitation services.
Professional & change management
WSUP Advisory has extensive experience in working with national governments and city-level service providers in the review of the policy, institutional and regulatory framework for WASH. We identify gaps and overlaps, design appropriate institutional arrangements, and develop fully costed institutional development strategies and plans and oversee their implementation.
Research & advisory
WSUP Advisory collaborates with WSUP’s Education, Research and Learning (ERL) team to undertake and disseminate world class urban WASH research. We provide insights and develop tools for decision makers and practitioners which support them in tackling current and emerging issues in the sector.
WSUP Advisory supports international finance institutions, development partners and corporations in the development of programmes to support the improvement of urban water and sanitation services with a focus on expanding services to the lowest income communities in the cities.