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From system to service : scaling up community management : report of the conference 12 - 13 December 2001, The Hague, The Netherlands

This brief report summarises the main discussions and outputs of the mini-conference on "From system to service - scaling up community management" held in The Hague in December 2001. The conference brought together 39 experts from a range of backgrounds and organisations. Its aim was to discuss the future of community management as an approach to providing sustainable water supplies, and particularly ways in which the community management approach could be `scaled up' to greatly increase both coverage and sustainability.

TitleFrom system to service : scaling up community management : report of the conference 12 - 13 December 2001, The Hague, The Netherlands
Publication TypeConference Report
Year of Publication2002
AuthorsIRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL
Paginationiv, 62 p. : incl. 45 p. annexes
Date Published2002-01-01
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedDelft, The Netherlands
Keywordsaccess to sanitation, community management, institutional framework, policies, replicability, safe water supply, sdipar
Abstract

This brief report summarises the main discussions and outputs of the mini-conference on "From system to service - scaling up community management" held in The Hague in December 2001. The conference brought together 39 experts from a range of backgrounds and organisations. Its aim was to discuss the future of community management as an approach to providing sustainable water supplies, and particularly ways in which the community management approach could be `scaled up' to greatly increase both coverage and sustainability.

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