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In this webinar, FSMA spotlights the presentation "Innovative sanitation opportunities in Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, Kenya, Nigeria, and Senegal", by Modou Fall.

More than 300 million people can have access to a basic sanitation service through the creation of an efficient market, favorable to the development and commercialization of new sanitation technologies, environmentally friendly, and allowing safe disposal and processing of faecal sludge to produce clean water and fertilizers.

This session shares use cases as well as interventions that are needed for a viable innovative sanitation market: demand creation, investment mobilization, development of supply, and enabling environment.

The presentation will be followed by a Q&A discussion.

*The banner image shows a picture from a toilet business owner in Port Harcourt (Nigeria).


The FSMA Spotlights webinar series aims to highlight key aspects and discussions around FSM and the sanitation service chain.

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  • Modou Fall (Chief Executive Officer at Haskè Conseil)

    Modou Fall

    Chief Executive Officer at Haskè Conseil


    Modou is the CEO of Haskè Conseil, a West Africa-based consulting firm specializing in strategic and policy advisory services to governments, development partners and businesses and the design and implementation of initiatives to accelerate development impact. He brings extensive cross-sector experience working on various engagements related to innovative technologies, policy design and analysis of investment opportunities across Africa.

    Modou has recently led the market research on innovative sanitation opportunities in Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, Kenya, Nigeria, and Senegal on behalf of FSMA and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The study involved analyzing the current sanitation market landscape, opportunities, and gaps, as well as developing recommendations for a viable innovative sanitation market in the target countries.

    Prior to that, Modou supported the government of Senegal in developing its industrialization policy and strategy for 2021-2035 which is anchored on agri-processing, the sustainable transformation of mineral resources, and the development of the pharmaceutical and Industry 4.0.

    His other engagements include: (i) assessing opportunities with high commercial and development impact potential for USAID in Niger; (ii) conducting in-depth analysis of business cases in four value chains (aquaculture, beef, dairy and tea) in Uganda on behalf of the Mastercard Foundation; and (iii) identifying investment and growth opportunities for Cote d'Ivoire and drafting in-depth sectoral analyses for potential investors providing global and regional insights on targeted sectors including agri-processing, infrastructure, renewable energy, as part of the implementation of the "Innovative Business Plan Competition" in Cote d'Ivoire.

    Modou holds a Master’s in Commerce, Administration and Finance and a Bachelor’s in Accounting and Business Law from the University Cheikh Anta Diop of Dakar (Senegal). He is fluent in both French and English.

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