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Improved Sanitation and Its Impact on Children: An Exploration of Sanergy

Case study on the impact of Sanergy on alleviating poverty on children age eight years and younger. Sanergy builds 250 USD modular sanitation facilities called Fresh Life Toilets (FLTs) in Mukuru, a large slum in Nairobi, Kenya, and sells them to local entrepreneurs for 50,000 Kenyan shillings (KES) or about 588 USD. Franchisees receive business management and operations training from Sanergy and earn revenues by charging customers 3-5 KES (0.04-0.06 USD) per use.

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