Problem Statements

In the months preceding the hackathon, the global community contributed problem statements that define opportunities for innovation in the sanitation sector.

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Active citizen (5) activism (8) Advocacy (7)
aerial imagery (2) aid (2) Alert System (10)
analytics (9) analyticscommunity (2) approaches (3)
Bangladesh (6) behavior change (10) Business (6)
Capturing Illegal Usage (2) carbon (1) cesspool (1)
cities (1) Citizen Feedback System (3) Citizens Involvement (4)
Clean Toilet (1) climate finance (1) CLTS (6)
Community Engagement (2) community monitoring (9) Community Participation and Ownership (1)
community reporting (7) Complaint Management (1) costs (1)
crowdsourcing (3) dashboard (2) data (7)
data access (1) data collection (1) Determined we can fix the problem (1)
Disposals (1) entrepreneurs (2) evaluation (1)
finance (3) Find a toilet (2) game (2)
GIS (5) graphic design (1) greenhouse gas emissions (1)
Hackathon in the Philippines (1) handwashing (1) horizontal learning (1)
India (1) infographics (1) Interac (1)
intervention (1) Jakarta (8) knowledge exchange (4)
large impact (1) life-cycle costs (1) Locate a toilet (2)
low cost (1) maintenance (1) mapping (5)
maps (2) markets (4) materials (1)
methane (1) microfinancing (1) mobile (1)
Mobile App (1) monitoring (2) Networking (1)
open data (9) Peer-learning (1) Philippines (1)
pits (1) planning (1) poverty and sanitation (1)
private sector (2) Public Participation (1) public toilet (1)
public toilets (1) Rate a toilet (1) Safe Toilet (1)
sanitation (3) Sanitation Hackathon (1) sanitation marketing (3)
schools (1) Septage (1) Septage Management (1)
Smartphone application (1) SMS (1) SMS & Web Monitoring (1)
social media (1) social mobilization (1) solid waste (1)
Staff Monitoring (2) supply chain (1) systems (1)
Tanzania (7) Technology (1) text message (3)
Toilet (1) tools (1) visualisation (1)
Water and Sanitation (1)