This report highlights the successful aspects of a community-based sewerage project in Indonesia.
|Title||Of the people, by the people, for the people : community-based sewer systems in Malang, Indonesia : case study|
|Year of Publication||2000|
|Authors||Pollard, R, Foley, S, Soedjarwo, A|
|Pagination||20 p. : photogr., 7 tab.|
|Publisher||Water and Sanitation Program, WSP|
|Place Published||Jakarta, Indonesia|
|Keywords||case studies, community management, environmental health, financing, indonesia east java malang, institutional aspects, investment, maintenance costs, sdiurb, sewerage, sewerage charges, social aspects, technology, uebw, urban areas, willingness to pay|
This report highlights the successful aspects of a community-based sewerage project in Indonesia. The main lessons emerging from this case study reinforce other lessons learned elsewhere, namely that there is a direct relationship between the need for community mobilization and participation in all aspects of decision making, construction and operation of Community-Based Sewer Systems (CBSS) and its operational success.
|Custom 1||822, 305.1|