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Think local, act local II : impediments to effective financing of sanitation services in Ethiopia : the case of three local governments

WaterAid Ethiopia conducts action research to contribute to improvements in sector financing, through analyzing local budgets, financing mechanisms and sharing. In 2008 it conducted a study which aimed at understanding how local government financing of water supply is benefiting from the decentralized policy framework. It was a case study supplemented with other previous findings. This is a follow up research focusing on sanitation and hygiene in order to provide a more complete picture of WASH financing at local level.
This research was conducted in three selected local governments - Konso (SNNPR), Tenna (Oromia) and Menge (Benishangul Gumuz) – to understand the financing mechanisms and the bottlenecks for local governments to provide sanitation and hygiene services. [authors abstract]

This report is a follow-up of "Think local, act local : effective financing of local governments to provide water and sanitation services".

TitleThink local, act local II : impediments to effective financing of sanitation services in Ethiopia : the case of three local governments
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsAboma, G., Birhane, G.
Pagination22 p.; 1 box; 8 fig.; 3 charts
Date Published2010-03-01
PublisherWaterAid
Place PublishedLondon, UK
Keywordscase studies, financing, government organizations, local level, sanitation, sdiman, water supply
Abstract

WaterAid Ethiopia conducts action research to contribute to improvements in sector financing, through analyzing local budgets, financing mechanisms and sharing. In 2008 it conducted a study which aimed at understanding how local government financing of water supply is benefiting from the decentralized policy framework. It was a case study supplemented with other previous findings. This is a follow up research focusing on sanitation and hygiene in order to provide a more complete picture of WASH financing at local level.
This research was conducted in three selected local governments - Konso (SNNPR), Tenna (Oromia) and Menge (Benishangul Gumuz) – to understand the financing mechanisms and the bottlenecks for local governments to provide sanitation and hygiene services. [authors abstract]

This report is a follow-up of "Think local, act local : effective financing of local governments to provide water and sanitation services".

NotesIncludes 12 references
Custom 1202.8, 302.8

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