The formal politics of informal projects: part II

**Read part I of this blog post here.** In September of this year delegations from Zimbabwe, Malawi and Tanzania visited Zambia to discuss progress on the SHARE project. This is the fourth time these countries have met to discuss progress, assess challenges, and learn from each other collectively around sanitation. The value of the meeting […]

The formal politics of informal projects: part I

This two-part blog post provides insights into the very real and grounded political and practical challenges “non-conventional” community models of sanitation provision face in Kitwe, Zambia. It charts the circumstances that led to work being stalled and how a way forward was mooted, and is currently being implemented. Sanitation provision in Kitwe, Zambia, gives insight […]