Today Senegal is a reference in onsite sanitation, largely due to the public-private partnership granted by ONAS (National Office of Sanitation of Senegal), in the delegation of sanitation services along the sanitation value chain.
A bet won in Senegal by Delvic, who has become an important player in the sanitation sector in general and fecal sludge management in particular, which allowed us to extend our expertise in developing countries to become an African leader in productive sanitation.
Delvic has been selected to participate in the following programs and projects.
- Program of Structuring the Sludge Market of the National Office of Sanitation of Senegal (ONAS).
- Program for Strengthening Partnerships for Sanitation Operators in Africa (RASOP Africa), initiated by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and implemented by the African Water Association (AAE).
- Global Evaluation and Monitoring project of Fecal Sludge Treatment Plants (eFSTP) in partnership with the Department of Sanitation, Water and Solid Waste for Development SANDEC at the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Sciences and Technology (Eawag).
- Structuring Program of the Sludge Drainage Sector in Yaoundé and Niamey.
- Stanford Seed Program to share its experience of African private enterprise 100% dedicated to onsite sanitation during the African Business Forum.