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TitleConferencia sobre reforma y modernizacion de los servicios de agua potable y saneamiento para Centro America, Haiti, Mexico y Rep. Dominicana: informe de la conferencia, San Pedro de Sula, Honduras 29 de septiembre al 1o. de octubre de 1996
Publication TypeConference Report
Year of Publication1997
AuthorsInter-American Development Bank -Washington, DC, US, PAHO -Washington, DC, US
Paginationii, 289 p. : fig., tab.
Date Published1997-06-01
PublisherInter-American Development Bank
Place PublishedWashington, DC, USA
Keywordsadministration, belize, central america, costa rica, dominican republic, el salvador, financing, guatemala, haiti, honduras, institutional framework, legislation, maintenance, mexico, models, nicaragua, operation, panama, regional level, rural areas, safe water supply, sanitation, sdiman, sustainability, urban areas

The governments of the Conference participant countries have formulated a series of initiatives, in the context of the reformation and modernization of the sector, looking how to reach the sustainability;  the  increase in the efficiency of the water supply and sanitation services, high levels of satisfaction of the users and a bigger participation of the civil society in the solution of the problems. The document picks up the experience that has been had in each country in relation to these initiatives, and the possibility of replying the successful projects. Conceptual backgrounds are presented and alternative administration models are examined for the supplyng of the urban and rural services, that involve the participation of the private sector, operation and maintenance and financing of the services.

NotesIncludes references
Custom 1827
Translated TitleConference on reform and modernization of water supply and sanitation services in Central America, Haiti, Mexico and Dominican Rep., San Pedro de Sula, Honduras, 29 September - 1 October 1996 : report of the conference

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