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The post-2015 delivery of universal and sustainable access to infrastructure services
, (Working paper / ODI) London, UK: Overseas Development Institute (ODI).
Fecha publicación: 03/12/2013
Many of the proposals for post-2015 goals and targets appear ambitious, but what would it take to achieve them? This paper assesses what is needed...
The private sector’s contribution to water management : re-examining corporate purposes and company roles
. , pp.p. 603 - 618; 1 box. Available at:
Fecha publicación: 02/11/2012
Corporate water policies are evolving and practices developing, raising issues of what are appropriate private-sector roles in water management....
Progress-linked finance : a study of the feasibility and practicality of a proposed WASH financing approach
, (Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor : Discussion Paper DP 002) Available at:
Fecha publicación: 01/02/2012
This report assesses the feasibility of a financing model, Progress-Linked Finance, designed to incentivize and support WASH service providers to...
Making sanitation happen : turning ‘political will’ into action
, (Project brief) London, UK: WaterAid. Available at:
Fecha publicación: 06/02/2017
Political commitment to sanitation can be translated to results on the ground through: prioritisation throughout all government departments and...
Just add water : a landscape analysis of climate finance for water
, London, UK: WaterAid. Available at:
Fecha publicación: 24/11/2020
A short review of the existing landscape of international financial flows to the water sector, with specific focus on climate finance.
Access for the poor and excluded : tariffs and subsidies for urban water supply
, (Discussion paper / WaterAid)
Fecha publicación: 14/07/2011
Access to safe water is a human need and basic right. And yet, roughly half of urban dwellers in sub-Saharan Africa and South and South-East Asia ...