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Accountability and sustainability of rural water supply and sanitation infrastructure in Timor-Leste : paper presented at the IRC symposium ‘ Pumps, Pipes and Promises: Costs, Finances and Accountability for Sustainable WASH Services' in The Hague, The Ne

Sustaining rural water supply and sanitation infrastructure in Timor-Leste has proven to be a challenge. Accountability between stakeholders within the rural WASH sector is a critical part of improving sustainability of the related infrastructure. Government policy and the actions of implementers is critical to improving accountability.  Research undertaken by Plan in Timor-Leste establishes the link between accountability and sustainability within the sector and identifies current constraints to accountability.  This paper then reviews progress on changes made to accountability mechanisms within the sector and the challenges to implementing these changes. [authors abstract]

TitleAccountability and sustainability of rural water supply and sanitation infrastructure in Timor-Leste : paper presented at the IRC symposium ‘ Pumps, Pipes and Promises: Costs, Finances and Accountability for Sustainable WASH Services' in The Hague, The Ne
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsGrumbley, A., Hamel, S.
Pagination16 p.; 7 fig.; 2 tab.; 8 refs.
Date Published2010-11-16
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Keywordseast timor, rural areas, rural communities, rural development, rural supply systems, water supply, water supply services
Abstract

Sustaining rural water supply and sanitation infrastructure in Timor-Leste has proven to be a challenge. Accountability between stakeholders within the rural WASH sector is a critical part of improving sustainability of the related infrastructure. Government policy and the actions of implementers is critical to improving accountability.  Research undertaken by Plan in Timor-Leste establishes the link between accountability and sustainability within the sector and identifies current constraints to accountability.  This paper then reviews progress on changes made to accountability mechanisms within the sector and the challenges to implementing these changes. [authors abstract]

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