In 2012, the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) launched a Sanitation Innovation Facility (FISONG) in the field of "Sanitation, hygiene and waste: long-term mechanisms and local capabilities”. The FISONG is a call for proposals that aims to foster innovation, mainly in a social register, by tapping the innovation capacity of NGOs in the field.
Five projects were selected in Senegal, Mauritania, Guinea, Burundi and Madagascar. They were implemented between 2013 and 2017 by the NGOs CARE France, CIDR, Enda Europe, GRET and PAD, at a total cost of € 2,841,141 of which 83.45% was co-financed by AFD.
This knowledge capitalisation booklet was produced to share the lessons learnt.
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