WASHplus Weekly – Focus on Small-Scale WASH Service Providers

Issue 52 April 20 | Focus on Small-Scale WASH Service Providers

This issue of the WASHplus Weekly contains resources on small-scale providers of WASH services. It is only in recent years that partnerships with small operators have begun to receive serious attention from researchers, planners and policymakers. Several of the reports below conclude that small-scale providers can deliverdynamic and responsive services to communities. One UNDP report, however, argues that small-scale providers in Kenya are predators who charge high prices and supply poor quality water. The resources below include overviews, country studies from Benin, Cambodia, Kenya, Nigeria, Philippines and Tanzania, and videos.

Please let WASHplus know at any time if you have resources to share for future issues of WASHplus Weekly or if you have suggestions for future topics. An archive of past Weekly issues is available on the WASHplus website. 

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