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The purpose of this paper is to discuss central challenges in connection with providing sanitation services from the perspective of international development assistance.
Environmental sanitation encompasses management of human excreta, storm water, grey water, solid waste, hazardous, and industrial wastes.
The Joint Organisation Strategy (JOS) is
a collaborative framework between the United Nations High Commissioner
for Refugees (UNHCR), Canada, Denmark, and the United Kingdom (UK) that
aimed at increasing the efficiency of their working relationship and strengthening
UNHCR's capacity for operational delivery. The strategy was conceived
in 2006 and put in place in mid 2007. The JOS was aligned with UNHCR's
Global Strategic Objectives developed in 2006 and was guided by the priorities
of the Executive Committee and its Standing Committee.