|Title||Global experiences on expanding services to the urban poor : accompanying volume to the guidance notes on improving water supply and sanitation services for the urban poor in India|
|Year of Publication||2009|
|Authors||Sharma, G, Shukla, S|
|Pagination||116 p. : 36 boxes, 9 tab.|
|Keywords||access to sanitation, access to water, bangladesh, brazil, case studies, honduras, india, kenya, low-income communities, pakistan, peru, philippines, tanzania, uganda, urban areas, zambia|
Report on the research initiated by the Water and Sanitation Program–South Asia in 2006–2007 to identify barriers to service delivery for the urban poor. The research included a review of various initiatives from across the globe that have resulted in improved service delivery for the urban poor and consultations with the urban poor communities. This report supports the Guidance Notes on Improving Water Supply and Sanitation Services for the Urban Poor in India. It is divided into two sections: 19 case studies of initiatives from South Asia, Africa, and Latin America and Consultations with urban poor communities across four major Indian cities, namely, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Vadodara, and Delhi.
|Custom 1||205.42, 305.42|
|Original Publication||Guidance notes on services for the urban poor : a practical guide for improving water and sanitation services|