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To achieve full coverage by the year 2000 substantial reduction in costs of services, and mobilization of additional funds from existing and new sources are needed. The New Delhi Global Consultation recommends four Guiding Principles: 1.

TitleGlobal consultation on safe water and sanitation for the 1990s, 10-14 September 1990, New Delhi, India : safe water 2000 : the New Delhi Statement
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication1990
AuthorsUNDP -New York, NY, US
Pagination7 p.
Date Published1990-01-01
PublisherUNDP (United Nations Development Programme)
Place PublishedNew York, NY, USA
Keywordsidwssd, policies, safe water supply, sanitation, tp29
Abstract

To achieve full coverage by the year 2000 substantial reduction in costs of services, and mobilization of additional funds from existing and new sources are needed. The New Delhi Global Consultation recommends four Guiding Principles: 1. protection of the environment and safeguarding of health through the integrated management of water resources and liquid and solid waste; 2. institutional reforms promoting an integrated approach and including changes in procedures, attitudes and behaviour, and the full participation of women at all levels in sector institutions; 3. community management of services, backed by measures to strenghten local institutions in implementing and sustaining water and sanitation programmes; and 4. sound financial practices, achieved through better management of existing assets, and widespread use of appropriate technologies

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