Public Funding for Sanitation - The many faces of sanitation subsidies

Sanitation is one of the most significant development challenges of our time. Over 700 million Indians are forced to defecate in the open, and in Africa the number of people without sanitation has actually grown in the past decade. There is little doubt that better financing is required, along with better ways of spending the money, addressing what really needs to be done. This distinct lack of funds means a clear understanding of the entire pattern of public financial assistance and subsidies available is crucial.

In a response to requests from National WASH Coalitions, WSSCC compiled this resource for all those who work in sanitation and seek sustainable and effective strategies for delivering sanitation to those who need it most. Pulling together the latest thinking and knowledge on sanitation financing, this primer aims to clarify the terminology and language used in the debate about public financing of sanitation and subsidies in particular.

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Authors:
Barbara Evans/Carolien van der Voorden/Andy Peal
Publication date:
2009
Publisher:
WSSCC
No. of pages:
44
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Authors:
Barbara Evans/Carolien van der Voorden/Andy Peal
Publication date:
2009
Publisher:
WSSCC
No. of pages:
44