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Participation as citizenship or payment? A case study of rural drinking water governance in Mali

“Participation as payment” as a means of pursuing cost recovery from communities is not working, and also detracts from the possibility of promoting “participation as citizenship” and the associated potential longer term benefits to water access and democratization. The immediate outcome is that access to drinking water is neither sustainable nor equitable. [authors abstract]

TitleParticipation as citizenship or payment? A case study of rural drinking water governance in Mali
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsJones, S.
PaginationP. 54 - 71
Date Published2011-02-01
PublisherWater Alternatives Network
Place PublishedS.l.
Keywordscase studies, community participation, drinking water, governance, mali, rural communities, rural supply systems
Abstract

“Participation as payment” as a means of pursuing cost recovery from communities is not working, and also detracts from the possibility of promoting “participation as citizenship” and the associated potential longer term benefits to water access and democratization. The immediate outcome is that access to drinking water is neither sustainable nor equitable. [authors abstract]

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