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Papers of the seminar on sanitation and governance

Fecha publicación: 08/08/2011

List of papers and authors

This list contains the titles (translated into Englih) of the papers and their authors of the seminar on sanitation and governance, organised by IRC together with RRAS-CA Red Regional de Agua y Saneamiento de Centro-America) and RAS-ES ( Red de Agua y Saneamiento de El Salvador ) in February 2010. By clicking the links on this list you will be directly led to the original papers in Spanish.

  1. Governance and sanitation services: an introduction (Stef Smits, The Netherlands)
  2. Looking for sustainable sanitation in Honduras  (Eduardo Sánchez, Stef Smits y Tupac Mejía, Honduras)
  3. Governance of water management in San Antonio Sacatapequez, San Marcos, Guatemala (Fabian Gonon Ortiz, Guatemala)
  4. Governance of urban environmental sanitation: case studies of Belo Horizonte, Cali and Lima (S. Smits, A. Galvis, D.P. Bernal, J. T. Visscher, A. Santandreu, N.O. de Nascimento and J. Butterworth)
  5. Participatory sanitation at school (Diana Betancourt, Honduras)
  6. Models for community water management supporting sustainable sanitation in Western Guatemala (Irene Enriquez, Guatemala)
  7. Successful experiences of water service providers in El Salvador and sanitation solutions (Rafael Andrade, El Salvador)
  8. Capacity building as a generator for governance: implementation of integrated water, sanitation and hygiene projects in rural Bolivia (Irma Peredo, Bolivia)
  9. Empowering municpal governance in water and sanitation, San Pedro Carcha, Guatemala (Jose Luis Samayoa, Guatemala)
  10. Running integrated and sustainable water and sanitation projects (Allan Torres, Honduras)
  11. Inclusive markets for sanitation (Wilfredo Escobar, Peru)
  12. A national strategy for adequate waste water management in Costa Rica (Darner Adrián Mora Alvarado, Costa Rica)
  13. Sanitation governance requieres a radical paradigm shift (Ron Sawyer, Mexico)
  14. A regional alliance to improve the conditations of WASH in schools (D. Betancourt [Honduras], R. Callejas [El Salvador], A. Contreras [España], M. Duey [Estados Unidos], M. Fernandez [El Salvador], P. Hicks [Estados Unidos], R. Quezada [Guatemala], A. Sanabria [Nicaragua], J. Trelles [Perú)