Global cost-benefit analysis of water supply and sanitation interventions


Published in: 2007

Publisher:
World Health Organization (WHO)

Author:
Hutton, G., Haller, L., Bartram, J.



Content - Summary

The aim of this study was to estimate the economic benefits and costs of a range of interventions to improve access to water supply and sanitation facilities in the developing world. Results are presented for eleven developing country WHO sub-regions as well as at the global level, in United States Dollars (US$) for the year 2000. Five different types of water supply and sanitation improvement were modeled.


Bibliographic information

Hutton, G., Haller, L., Bartram, J. (2007). Global cost-benefit analysis of water supply and sanitation interventions. World Health Organization (WHO)


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