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Nhan đề: Sanitation value chains in low density settings in Vietnam.
Nhan đề khác: Chuỗi giá trị trong lĩnh vực vệ sinh tại các vùng thưa dân cư ở Việt Nam
Tác giả: Gero, A.
Willetts, J.
Murta, J.
Thanh, Doan Trieu
Mohr, S.
Từ khoá: Sanitation value chains
Low density settings
Năm xuất bản: 2015
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: Enterprise in Wash;
Tóm tắt: This study examines the sanitation supply chain in two rural, remote districts in Vietnam. A value chain analysis was used to assess various elements of the chain, and to develop strategies to improve the supply of affordable hygienic sanitation for poor communities in rural and remote areas of Vietnam. Primary research was undertaken in Muong Ang District (in Dien Bien Province) and Mai Chau District (in Hoa Binh Province) in 2014 by the Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney with SNV Netherlands Development Organisation. The question addressed by this research emerged from practitioners in development agencies attempting to support and strengthen supply chains for sanitation products in rural areas. Such areas face challenges regarding difficult logistics and high costs involved in transporting materials to build toilets in remote locations. This raised a question about the viability of market-based approaches (e.g. sanitation marketing) to address low sanitation coverage in remote rural areas, and an interest in investigating the actual costs along supply chains, including across different remote, rural locations.
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