Under which pathways can the 'utilitisation' of rural water supply take place, which factors drive these processes, what are the strengths and weaknesses of the resulting models of utility-managed rural water supply, and what are possible areas for support.
|Title||Utility-managed rural water services : models, pathways, drivers, performance and areas for support|
|Publication Type||Literature Review|
|Year of Publication||2021|
|Authors||Adank, M, van Lieshout, R, Ward, R|
|Secondary Title||Thematic overview paper / IRC|
|Pagination||45 p. : 3 boxes, 8 fig., 4 tab.|
|Place Published||The Hague, the Netherlands|
This paper discusses the different pathways under which the 'utilitisation' of rural water supply can take place, the factors that drive these processes, the strengths and weaknesses of the resulting models of utility-managed rural water supply, and possible areas for support. It is based on 33 cases of utility-managed rural water supply that were identified from 22 countries in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa.
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