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Sri Lanka : lessons for rural water supply : assessing progress towards sustainable service delivery

This study, commissioned by Triple-S, seeks to shed light on the progress in achieving scaled-up sustainable rural service delivery. It examines a number of service delivery models currently being implemented in Sri Lanka, by identifying their strengths, challenges and limitations. The study also identifi es key conclusions for achieving more sustainable service delivery in Sri Lanka. It is one of 13 country studies done as part of a broader international study. [authors abstract]

This is part of the Triple-S (Sustainable Services at Scale) Water services that last-project.

TitleSri Lanka : lessons for rural water supply : assessing progress towards sustainable service delivery
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsJames, A.J.
Pagination44 p.; 16 tab.; 3 fig.; 3 boxes
Date Published2011-01-01
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Keywordsrural supply systems, sri lanka, sustainable development, Triple-S (Sustainable Services at Scale), water supply services
Abstract

This study, commissioned by Triple-S, seeks to shed light on the progress in achieving scaled-up sustainable rural service delivery. It examines a number of service delivery models currently being implemented in Sri Lanka, by identifying their strengths, challenges and limitations. The study also identifi es key conclusions for achieving more sustainable service delivery in Sri Lanka. It is one of 13 country studies done as part of a broader international study. [authors abstract]

This is part of the Triple-S (Sustainable Services at Scale) Water services that last-project.

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