Here you can read about some of our work

Dr. -Ing. Arquitecta Joana Forte

  1. Forte, J., Parkinson, J. and P. Parikh. Achieving Sustained Environmental Health in FT through Faecal Sludge Management Enterprises
  2. Forte, Joana da Cunha (2010): A house in Maputo. Grin, Germany
  3. Forte, Joana da Cunha (2011): An insight into an outside living. Grin, Germany
  4. Forte, Joana da Cunha (2011): A glimpse into Community and Institutional Biogas plants in Nepal. Grin, Germany
  5. Forte, Dr.-Ing. Arquitecta Joana da Cunha e Canturia, Professor Arquitecto Doutor Gustavo (2013): Saneamento urbano sustent¡vel refencias projectuais ECOSAN. UNICEUB: Brasil
  6. Forte, Dr.-Ing. Arquitecta Joana da Cunha e Cantu¡ria, Professor Arquitecto Doutor Gustavo (2013): Directrizes de saneamento urbano sustent¡vel em assentamentos de Bras­lia. UNICEUB: Brasil

Dr. Pippa Scot

  1. Scott, P., Cotton, A., Sohail, M. (2015) Using Tenure to Build a Sanitation Cityscape: Narrowing Decisions for Targeted Sanitation Interventions, Environment and Urbanization, Vol 27(2), pp.1-18
  2. Scott, P., Cotton, A., Sohail, M. (2013) Paying for Urban Sanitation in Senegal: The Role of Tenure Security, Habitat International, Volume 40, pp.58-64
  3. Scott, P. (2013) Dealing With Land Tenure and Tenancy Challenges in Water and Sanitation Service Delivery, Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor Topic Brief 006, Feb 2013
  4. Scott, P. (2013) Designing Effective Contracts for Small-Scale Service Providers in Urban Water and Sanitation. Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor Topic Brief 008, Feb 2013

MSc. James Edward Ramsay

  1. Mikhael, G., Robbins, D. M., Ramsay, J. E and Mbéguéré, M. (2014) Methods and Means for Collection and Transport of Fecal Sludge in Fecal Sludge Management: Systems Approach for Implementation and Operation, IWA Publishing
  2. Mazeau A.P. and Ramsay J.E. (2011). Reconsidering shared sanitation facilities in Sub-Saharan African cities: example of Freetown, Sierra Leone. 35th WEDC Conference, Loughborough, UK

Dr. Adrien Mazeau

  1. Mazeau, A. P., Reed B.J. and Sansom K.R. (December 2013). Emerging categories of urban shared sanitation. Water and Environment Journal
  2. Mazeau, A. P., Tumwebaze, I.K., Lüthi, C. and Sansom K.R. (October 2013). Inclusion of Shared Sanitation in Urban Sanitation Coverage? Evidence from Ghana and Uganda
  3. Mazeau, A.P., Scott, R.E. (2015). Should NGOs lead post-emergency sanitation marketing? Experience from Jacmel, Haiti. 38th WEDC
  4. Mazeau, A.P., Reed, B.J., Sansom, K.R, Scott, R.E. (2014). Selection and use determinants of shared toilet facilities in Ashaiman, Ghana. 37th WEDC Conference
  5. Mazeau, A.P., Wellington, N., Drabble, S., Asante, F. and Awantugo, D. (2014). Bringing back toilets to Kumasi’s compound houses: landlord and tenant behaviours and motivators. 37th WEDC Conference

Dr. Priti Parikh

  1. Parikh, P., Fu, K., George, G., Parikh, H., & McRobie, A. (2015). Infrastructure Provision, Gender, and Poverty in Indian SlumsWorld Development, 66, 468-486. doi:10.1016/j.worlddev.2014.09.014
  2. Schillebeeckx, S. J. D., Parikh, P., Bansal, R., & George, G. (2012). An integrated framework for rural electrification: Adopting a user-centric approach to business model developmentEnergy Policy, 48, 687-697. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2012.05.078
  3. Parikh, P., chaturvedi sankalp, & gerard george. (2012). Empowering change: The effects of energy provision on individual aspirations in slum communities [Whole issue]. Energy Policy, 50, 477-485. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2012.07.046
  4. George, G., kotha, R., parikh, P., Alnuaimi, T., & Bahaj, A. (n.d.). Optimism, Vulnerability, and Entrepreneurial Intent: Occupation Change Intentions in Rural East Africa.
  5. Parikh, P., Parikh, H., & McRobie, A. (2012).The Role of Infrastructure in Improving Human Settlements [Whole issue]. Institution of Civil Engineers Proceedings, Urban Design and Planning, 101-118. doi:10.1680/udap.10.00038
  6. Parikh, P., & McRobie, A. (2009). Engineering as a tool for improving human habitat.International Journal of Management and Decision Making, 10 (3-4/2009), 270-281. doi:10.1504/IJMDM.2009.024993
  7. Parikh, H., & parikh, P. (2009). Slum networking. A paradigm shift to transcend poverty with water, environmental sanitation and hidden resources.Water and Urban Development Paradigms: Towards an Integration of Engineering, Design and Management Approaches, 357-370. CRC. doi:10.1201/9780203884102.ch44
  8. Parikh, P. (2007).Health impact of water and sanitation in the low income settlements of India and South AfricaWater Management Challenges in Global Change. Taylor and Francis.
  9. Parikh, P. and J. Parkinson. Strengthening the Operation and Maintenance Sector for Servicing Decentralised Urban Sanitation Infrastructure in Karnataka, India. Abstract: This project aims to improve the efficiency and sustainability (working duration) of existing decentralized sanitation infrastructure especially, decentralized wastewater treatment options by enabling an increased supply of high quality O&M services in Bangalore, India. The project involves a market assessment of sanitation services, development of service packages and training materials to enable entrepreneurs address gaps in current O&M services.

 Dr. Jonathan Parkinson

Book authorship / editor

  1. Lüthi, C., Panesar, A., Schütze, T., Norström, A., McConville, J., Parkinson, J., Saywell, D., Ingle, R. (2011) Sustainable sanitation in cities: a framework for action. Papiroz Publishing House. The Netherlands
  2. Jonathan Parkinson, Joel Goldenfum and Carlos Tucci (eds) (2010) Integrated Urban Water Management: Humid Tropics Urban Water series – UNESCO-IHP, Paris
  3. Jonathan Parkinson and Ole Mark. (2005) Urban stormwater management in developing countries. IWA Publishing, London
  4. Kevin Tayler, Jonathan Parkinson and Jeremy Colin, (2003) Urban sanitation: a guide to strategic planning. Intermediate Technology Publications, September 2003

Book chapters

  1. Jonathan Parkinson and Martin Mulenga (2010) Provision of water and sanitation services – a vital constituent for improving urban health. In “Urban Health: A Global Perspective: Part III: The Built and Natural Environment”. Jossey-Bass and Pfeiffer
  2. Jonathan Parkinson and Luiza Cintra Campos. (2010) Control of public health hazards related to urban water systems. In: Parkinson, Goldenfum and Tucci (eds). Integrated Urban Water Management : Humid Tropics. Paris: UNESCO (2009).   pp.89-112
  3. Jonathan Parkinson and Joel Goldenfum (2009) Total solids management in urban stormwater drainage systems. In: Parkinson, Goldenfum and Tucci (eds). Integrated Urban Water Management : Humid Tropics. Paris: UNESCO (2009). pp.89-112
  4. Peter Kolsky, Jonathan Parkinson and David Butler (1996). Third world surface water drainage: the effect of solids on performance. Published in “Low-Cost Sewerage.” Edited by Duncan Mara, John Wiley and Sons, Chichester pp. 189-214

Published papers in refereed journals

  1. Jonathan Parkinson and Masudul Quader. (2008) The challenge of servicing on-site sanitation in dense urban areas – experiences from a pilot project in Dhaka. Waterlines, 27, No. 2. April 2008, pp. 149-163
  2. Jonathan Parkinson, Kevin Tayler and Ole Mark. (2007) Approaches to drainage planning and design for informal settlements in developing countries. Paper for special edition of Urban Water. Volume 4, Issue 3 September 2007, pages 137 – 149
  3. Sílvia Oliveira, Jonathan Parkinson, Marcos von Sperling. (2006) Wastewater treatment in Brazil: Institutional framework, recent initiatives and actual plant performance. International Journal of Technology Management & Sustainable Development, Volume 5, Number 3, 18 January 2006 , pp. 241-256(16)
  4. Kevin Tayler and Jonathan Parkinson. (2005) Strategic planning for urban sanitation–a 21st century development priority? (2005) Water Policy. IWA Publishing, No. 7, pp. 569 – 580
  5. Jonathan Parkinson (2003) Urban drainage and stormwater management strategies for low-income communities. Environment and Urbanization, October 2003 p.75- Vol. 15 No.2 p.115-126, International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), London
  6. Jonathan Parkinson and Kevin Tayler (2003) Decentralized wastewater management in peri-urban areas in low-income countries. Environment and Urbanization, April 2003 p.75-89 Vol. 15 No.1, International Institute for Environment and Development, (IIED), London

To be updated soon

  • Prit Sallian