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Costs and gaps in the financing of water services in the Ethiopian lowlands

This note provides a current briefing on financing of rural water services in lowland Ethiopia based on case studies from Mile in Afar and South Ari in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region (SNNPR). These used Life Cycle Costs Analysis (LCCA) tools to identify critical gaps in current financing. The briefing is intended to help policy- and decision makers at national and regional levels reflect on the growing challenge of financing sustainable services. It is based on: IRC Ethiopia, 2018. Sustaining rural water services in Ethiopia : a life-cycle costs analysis

TitleCosts and gaps in the financing of water services in the Ethiopian lowlands
Publication TypeBriefing Note
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsButterworth, JA
Secondary TitleUSAID Lowland WASH Activity and USAID Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership Briefing Note
Pagination 5 p. : 1 box
Date Published11/2018
PublisherIRC Ethiopia and USAID
Place PublishedAddis Ababa, Ethiopia
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

This note provides a current briefing on financing of rural water services in lowland Ethiopia based on case studies from Mile in Afar and South Ari in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region (SNNPR). These used Life Cycle Costs Analysis (LCCA) tools to identify critical gaps in current financing. The briefing is intended to help policy- and decision makers at national and regional levels reflect on the growing challenge of financing sustainable services. It is based on: IRC Ethiopia, 2018. Sustaining rural water services in Ethiopia : a life-cycle costs analysis

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