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Flexibility by design : lessons from multi-sector partnerships in water and sanitation projects

The study begins by introducing the Business Partners for Development initiative which studies whether tri-sector - public, private, civil society - partnerships are an effective mechanism for providing water and sanitation services to the poor and the context in which it was launched and how work has progressed in the three years since its start. The authors, a multi-disciplinary team of experts, considered what we know about when and how tri-sector partnerships are effective at providing water and sanitation to the poor, and in building systems in which the poor have a sustainable voice.

TitleFlexibility by design : lessons from multi-sector partnerships in water and sanitation projects
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsCaplan, K., Heap, S., Nicol, A., Plummer, J., Simpson, S., Weiser, J.
Paginationv, 27 p. : boxes, fig., photogr., tab.
Date Published2001-06-01
PublisherBusiness Partners for Development (BPD) Water and Sanitation Cluster
Place PublishedLondon, UK
Keywordscase studies, community participation, institutional aspects, partnerships, private sector, sdipol
Abstract

The study begins by introducing the Business Partners for Development initiative which studies whether tri-sector - public, private, civil society - partnerships are an effective mechanism for providing water and sanitation services to the poor and the context in which it was launched and how work has progressed in the three years since its start. The authors, a multi-disciplinary team of experts, considered what we know about when and how tri-sector partnerships are effective at providing water and sanitation to the poor, and in building systems in which the poor have a sustainable voice.

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