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Smart finance solutions : examples of innovative financial mechanisms for water and sanitation

This booklet gives examples of how different financial mechanisms are being used to finance water, sanitation projects and small local businesses that contribute to reaching MDG-7. The first chapter describes different financing mechanisms being applied at household / community (micro-) and at intermediate institutional (meso-) level. It gives examples of how these mechanisms are being used to finance water and sanitation projects or small/ medium enterprises. It also provides the reader with some useful links for further reading. The second part describes which business models can be used to obtain different financial mechanisms and gives an overview of how to write a successful business plan or project proposal. It also includes a list of organisations that finance water and sanitation projects/ businesses. The booklet is designed as a source of inspiration, rather than a manual. It provides links to further, more in-depth information.

TitleSmart finance solutions : examples of innovative financial mechanisms for water and sanitation
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsIRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL, Netherlands Water Partnership -The Hague, NL, NWP
Pagination72 p. : boxes, photogr., tab.
Date Published2009-03-01
PublisherKIT Publishers
Place PublishedAmsterdam, The Netherlands
ISSN Number9789460220104
Keywordsfinancing, funding agencies, institutional aspects, local level, private sector, projects, sanitation, sdiman, small-scale activities, water supply
Abstract

This booklet gives examples of how different financial mechanisms are being used to finance water, sanitation projects and small local businesses that contribute to reaching MDG-7. The first chapter describes different financing mechanisms being applied at household / community (micro-) and at intermediate institutional (meso-) level. It gives examples of how these mechanisms are being used to finance water and sanitation projects or small/ medium enterprises. It also provides the reader with some useful links for further reading. The second part describes which business models can be used to obtain different financial mechanisms and gives an overview of how to write a successful business plan or project proposal. It also includes a list of organisations that finance water and sanitation projects/ businesses. The booklet is designed as a source of inspiration, rather than a manual. It provides links to further, more in-depth information.

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