Published in: 2014
Institute for Sustainable Futures - University of Technology, Sydney
Planning and financing for sanitation in cities and towns in developing countries is often ad hoc and piecemeal. Stronger capacity to plan financing for sanitation infrastructure (and services) for the long term will lead to better outcomes. Planning for adequate long-term services requires consideration of the complete sanitation service chain over the lifecycle of the associated service infrastructure. This paper focuses on access to the upfront finance and other lumpy finance needs for initial investment and for rehabilitation and/or replacement as physical systems approach their end of life.
Prepared for SNV Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All – Urban Program (SSH4AUrban)
by Kumi Abeysuriya (ISF) with input from Antoinette Kome (SNV), Juliet Willetts
and Joanne Chong (ISF).
Cite this report as: ISF-UTS (2014), Financing Sanitation for Cities and Towns: Learning
Paper. Prepared for SNV Netherlands Development Organisation by Institute for
Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney.
ISF-UTS, SNV (2014). Financing sanitation for cities and towns. Institute for Sustainable Futures - University of Technology, Sydney
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