Rethinking the Role of Alternative Small-Scale Water Providers in Water Supply Service Delivery to the Poor in Peri-Urban Areas of Zambia

Rethinking the Role of Alternative Small-Scale Water Providers in Water Supply Service Delivery to the Poor in Peri-Urban Areas of Zambia

http://www.gwopa.org/templates/jreviews_overrides/views/themes/notoytheme/theme_images/nophoto_v3.png
SecretariatSecretariat   July 22, 2015  
 
0.0 (0)
Write Review

Location

Region
Africa
Country
Zambia

Resource Information

Language
English
Types of Document/Material
Document and Report
Year of publication/production
2009
Published
Yes
Author
Lesa

Type of activity

Type of activity
Research

imgbatch1 15Master thesis for the Masters of Arts in Development Studies specialized in Public Policy and Management. The author provides an overview of categories and definitions of water vending and reselling, small-scale water providers, privatisation of water services and problems of privatized networks. Through the analysis of the water sector in Zambia as case study, water reforms, water vending kiosks, and financing mechanisms of the standpipe water vending kiosks.

Attachments

  • File Description
    File Size
    File Type
    Downloads
  • Rethinking the Role of Alternative Small-Scale Water Providers in Water Supply Service Delivery to the Poor in Peri-Urban Areas of Zambia
    557 KB
    4

User reviews

There are no user reviews for this listing.
Already have an account? or Create an account