This document is the second of a three-volume report commissioned by GOAL Sierra Leone (GOAL) and funded by the UK Department for International Development (UK-DFID) to evaluate the sanitation market in the vulnerable communities of Freetown, Sierra Leone. This volume provides an assessment of the faecal sludge emptying services in Freetown.… Read More


This report was commissioned by GOAL Sierra Leone to assess the sanitation market in the vulnerable communities of Freetown, Sierra Leone. It is intended to contribute to and support GOAL’s activities under the Freetown Urban Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Consortium programme funded by UK Department for International Development (UK-DFID). This first of three volumes is focused on evaluating the demand for sanitation facilities and services in vulnerable communities as well as the communication channels used in Freetown. The consequent volumes examine faecal sludge emptying services and the supply of sanitary facilities and services in Freetown.… Read More


This “roadmap” builds upon the original Integrated National Waste Management Policy (INWMP) and National Integrated Waste Management Strategic Plan (INWMSP) – 2012-2016 and other national, district and local waste management activities. It provides simplified information for key sector stakeholders including their respective duties and responsibilities, as well as providing a framework for implementing other waste sector initiatives and activities.… Read More


Resources and Waste Advisory Group (RWA) has been engaged by the DFID funded WASH Facility (Adam Smith International), under the leadership and direction of the Sierra Leone Ministry of Health & Sanitation (MoHS), to produce distilled, summarised versions of the Integrated National Waste Management Policy (INWMP) and National Integrated National Waste Management Strategic Plan (INWMSP).… Read More


Klin Bo offer waste collection services. This one-page documents outline their services and their pricing plan. Customers can chose the frequency of collection and the size of their bin. Klin Bo is run by Canal Youth Organisation. Their customer registration form is available for download also.… Read More


According to the 2014 Update of the Progress on Drinking Water and Sanitation by WHO/UNICEF, 78% of the urban population in Sierra Leone is still using unimproved sanitation facilities. This study is part of the project “Support to the Solid Waste Management Sector of Bo City”, carried out by the German NGO Welthungerhilfe (WHH) in partnership with Bo City Council (BCC). It has been designed in particular to provide information on current Knowledge, Attitude and Practices in Bo City.… Read More