This report has been developed primarily for WaterAid staff and partners to help in the selection of management models for piped water supply systems in rural and small town contexts.
|Title||Management models for piped water supply services : a decision-making resource for rural and small-town contexts|
|Year of Publication||2018|
|Authors||Lockwood, H, Casey, V, Tillet, W|
|Pagination||58 p. : 4 fig., 1 tab + 2 posters (not included)|
|Publisher||Aguaconsult and WaterAid|
|Place Published||London, UK|
This resource has been developed primarily for WaterAid staff and partners to help select management models for piped water supply systems in rural and small-town contexts.
It has four sections and two associated posters. Following the introduction, section two describes the major elements affecting the sustainability of piped water supply service provision and the implications for management models. Section three provides an overview of the ten management models applicable to rural and small-town contexts grouped under four primary typologies (CBM, Local Government, Public Utility and Private), using real life examples some of which are from WaterAid’s own experiences. Section four provides a practical guide for the selection of management models by considering a number of programming perspectives, including:
The two accompanying posters (not included here) present:
Includes glossary and ref.