The Veolia Institute has published a new issue of its Facts Reports review on the theme of essential services in Africa.
The issue of access to essential services, in particular water, sanitation, waste collection and treatment, and energy supply is at the crossroads of the environmental and societal challenges of the African continent.
How can innovative solutions that meet these challenges be scaled up? What coalitions of actors will make it possible to address these challenges? How can we support the development of sustainable cities in Africa?
Dedicated to access to essential services in Africa, the new issue of the Veolia Institute Review brings together some 20 contributions around three themes: outlook and challenges for essential services in Africa; the high-potential innovations for a fast-changing continent; the conditions needed for scaling up successfully.
Contributors (in the order of the review) : Dr. Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, African Union Development Agency ; Fadel Ndaw, World Bank ; Philipp Heinrigs, Sahel and West Africa Club Secretariat (SWAC), Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) ; Martin Oteng-Ababio, University of Ghana ; Tatiana Thieme, University College London, and Justin De Koszmovszky, Archipel&Co ; Pr. Houria Tazi Sadeq, Coalition Marocaine pour l’Eau ; Sénamé Koffi Agbodjinou, HubCité project ; David Sheridan, Slum Dwellers International, Mwaura Njogu, Consultant, Andrew Maki, Justice & Empowerment Initiatives (JEI), and Frederick Agyemang, EJP Ghana ; Guillaume Josse, Groupe Huit, Wexity-Logiroad ; Sylvy Jaglin, Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, and Emmanuelle Guillou, LATTS ; Christophe Maquet, Veolia ; Jeffrey Provencal, rePATRN ; Louise Couder and Sheila Kibuthu, Sanergy ; Sam Drabble, Rosemary Campbell, Philip Oyamo and Rosie Renouf, WSUP ; Jean-Michel Severino, Investisseurs & Partenaires ; Bérangère Magarinos-Ruchat and Firmenich Maureen Ravily, Archipel&Co ; Gordon Achola, EXP Agency, Nana Asamoah-Manu, IFC, Younès Drici Tani, Non-affiliated environmental activist, and Andrea Weiss, WWF South Africa ; Erin McCusker, Toilet Board Coalition, SATO (Lixil) ; Jean-Claude Berthelemy, University Paris 1, FERDI ; George Kibala Bauer, Mobile for Development Utilities, GSMA.