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Do pro-poor policies increase water coverage? An analysis of service delivery in Kampala’s informal settlements

This case study assesses the impact of pro-poor measures implemented by NWSC in Kampala since 2004, identifies the key factors that affected the outcomes of these policies and strategies, proposes areas for improvement, and identifies lessons that can be learned and shared from the experience in Uganda. The primary purpose of the case study is to expand the scope and increase the effectiveness of NWSC's pro-poor policy which is described below.

TitleDo pro-poor policies increase water coverage? An analysis of service delivery in Kampala’s informal settlements
Publication TypeProgress Report
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsKariuki, M, Patricot, G, Rop, R, Mutono, S, Makino, M, Gisagara, A, Otema, JB, Twesigye, P, Mwoga, J
Pagination93 p., Box 4, Tab. 18
Date Published04/2014
PublisherThe World Bank
Place PublishedWashington, USA
Publication LanguageEnglish
KeywordsKampala, pro-poor policies, service delivery, uganda, water coverage
Abstract

This case study assesses the impact of pro-poor measures implemented by NWSC in Kampala since 2004, identifies the key factors that affected the outcomes of these policies and strategies, proposes areas for improvement, and identifies lessons that can be learned and shared from the experience in Uganda. The primary purpose of the case study is to expand the scope and increase the effectiveness of NWSC's pro-poor policy which is described below.

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