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Sustainability assessment for the Benin rural water supply and sanitation project

The main objective of the evaluation was to ascertain whether the Benin Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project could be made sustainable with additional assistance and, if so, in what form should the assistance be provided. An analysis was undertaken of the three major project components - socio-health, latrine construction, and improved water supply. The analysis looked into constraints for the sustainability of benefits produced, and outlined possible interventions for removing or mitigating constraints.

TitleSustainability assessment for the Benin rural water supply and sanitation project
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication1992
AuthorsRoark, P, Kleemeier, E, LaPin, D
Secondary TitleWash field report
Volumeno. 377
Paginationxi, 73 p.: 6 fig., photogr.
Date Published1992-01-01
PublisherWater and Sanitation for Health Project (WASH)
Place PublishedArlington, VA, USA
Keywordsbenefits, benin, cab92/6, evaluation, health aspects, latrines, projects, recommendations, rural supply systems, sanitation, social aspects, sustainable development
Abstract

The main objective of the evaluation was to ascertain whether the Benin Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project could be made sustainable with additional assistance and, if so, in what form should the assistance be provided. An analysis was undertaken of the three major project components - socio-health, latrine construction, and improved water supply. The analysis looked into constraints for the sustainability of benefits produced, and outlined possible interventions for removing or mitigating constraints.

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