Challenges of sustainable water and sanitation management services in rural communities, through the case study of Tacotalpa, Tabasco, in Mexico

Challenges of sustainable water and sanitation management services in rural communities, through the case study of Tacotalpa, Tabasco, in Mexico

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Location

Region
Latin America and Caribbean
Country
Mexico

Resource Information

Language
Spanish
Types of Document/Material
Document and Report
Year of publication/production
2011
Published
Yes
Author
Bensusán

Type of activity

Type of activity
Technical Assistance (Cooperation and Development Agencies, Development Banks)

imgbatch2 18Document on challenges of sustainable water and sanitation management services in rural communities, through the case study of Tacotalpa, Tabasco, in Mexico. The publication describes the area of study, the problem of potable water service, and the current strategies to provide water and sanitation. The study includes an overview of the advances and challenge sin governance and success and failure cases of self-management of sustainable resources in Mexico and Latin America, including the proposal for community management of water resources.

Document in Spanish.

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