|Title||Sustained drinking water and sanitation for all in Nepal : sector financing requirements|
|Year of Publication||2002|
|Authors||Kathmandu, NPWaterAid -|
|Pagination||40 p. : fig., tab.|
|Place Published||Kathmandu, Nepal|
|Keywords||costs, financing, funding agencies, government organizations, nepal, rehabilitation, safe water supply, sanitation, sdiasi|
The government of Nepal has committed itself to halving the numbers of people that are unserved with water and/or sanitation by 2015. In addition it is considering providing full water supply coverage by 2015 and full sanitation coverage by 2025. This report identifies all the resources currently available in the water and sanitation sector in Nepal, estimates the resources required to meet the above targets, and calculates the resource gap. i.e. the extra government and donor funds required. Estimates are provided for: current drinking water and sanitation coverage; current and projected population; unit costs for rural and urban water supply; current and planned resources, and; annual rehabilitation costs.
|Notes||On title page: A calculation for discussion with the Nepal Development Forum 2002 and other water supply and sanitation agencies who are invited to examine our assumptions, provide additional data and discuss the results.|