Moshi municipality is an administrative district in Kilimanjaro province whose population has growth from less than 10,000 to 185, 000 residents. The majority of households depend on on-site sanitation which is poorly documented, not regulated or monitored. In Moshi it was estimated that 36% of excreta is managed safely while 64% of the excreta ends up directly in the environment without adequate treatment.

This Shit Flow Diagram (SFD) Report was created through field-based research by GIZ as part of the SFD Promotion Initiative.

Date of production: 25/11/2015
Last update: 08/03/2016


Keywords
SFD; Moshi; urban; governance; executive summary; Tanzania

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Author(s)
Hassib, Y., Roeder, L.


Published in: 2015

Pages: 28


Publisher
GIZ

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