Comparison of tools & approaches for urban sanitation September 2016

This document is a quick review of approaches and tools available for urban sanitationas of mid-2016, along with who created them, how they work, what can be their main use andlimitations, and known examples (including any use in WaterAid). It includes: Approaches, i.e. ways of approaching urban WASH services, Diagnostic tools, used for understanding the situation (physical, political…), Prioritisation tools, to know what to do next, once a diagnostic is done, Planning and decision-making tools, used to choose technologies or financial options.There are also examples of use of such tools and approaches in WaterAid, described in shortcase studies for Ethiopia, Mozambique and Cambodia.