Published on: 30/11/2012
What you do not measure, you do not cost. What you do not cost, you cannot do: reporting systems must change to reflect the real costs of providing services that last.
Reporting systems must change to reflect the real costs of providing services that last.
Using the WASHCost life-cycle costs approach has significant programmatic implications. The yearly costs of WASH have to become transparent and widely known if the chasm between aspirations of water for some and the delivery of at least a basic level of service for all is to be bridged: