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The FSM Alliance is a member-based network to support organisations and individuals working in
faecal sludge management (FSM). Our goal is to create a collaborative, responsive, and collective
platform to advocate for the adoption and implementation of FSM as a utility service. We also aim to
support our members in their work in helping to achieve SDG 6.2 and improve access to safely
We set the agenda, champion and promote the development of inclusive sanitation approaches, particularly faecal sludge management (FSM) and non-sewered sanitation (NSS), to ensure human health and dignity, and the health of urban ecosystems.
Introducing our monthly Member Spotlight –
Where we will highlight our members and the exciting work they do in the sector!
Khanyisa Projects designs, implements and tests water and sanitation solutions for government, communities and the private sector. The team has diverse skills and experience in civil, chemical and process engineering as well as data management and community engagement.
A number of key principles underpin the services and solutions offered by the organisation. These include:
Sustainable solutions which limit operation and management challenges
Critical project focus areas at present include:
For more information:
Our FSM ToolBox contains a wealth of information about sanitation planning, stakeholder engagement and business models. Watch this introductory video to see if the ToolBox can be useful for your needs.
We strive to achieve safely managed faecal sludge to areas with poor management. Our goals are also linked with other streams of sustainability such as sustainable cities, access to clean water and the power of partnerships.