In our 11th Dialogues in Urban Equality, we welcomed our partners from the Centre for Community Initiatives, Tanzania (CCI) to discuss with KNOW Small Grants Fund awardee, Dr Pascale Hofmann "Trajectories of sanitation in Dar es Salaam".
This dialogue presented findings from collaborative research that interrogates urban sanitation poverty over time and across scales.
Evidence from our KNOW research confirms that not all low-income residents in Dar es Salaam suffer from the same level of sanitation poverty. Their diverse practices and trajectories are shaped by a complex web of intersecting factors and relations across scales.
Findings reveal socially differentiated (vulner-)abilities among women and men, providing valuable insights into the potentials and limitations found within existing practices. These learnings were discussed with KNOW Tanzanian city partners to explore the development of more just and integrated sanitation solutions in cities like Dar es Salaam.
Dr Pascale Hofmann | The Bartlett Development Planning Unit, UCL
Dr Tim Ndezi | Centre for Community Initiatives, Tanzania
Festo Dominic Makoba | Centre for Community Initiatives, Tanzania
Dr Emmanuel Osuteye
The Bartlett Development Planning Unit, UCL
Video produced by KNOW 2019.