Published in: 2011
Water and Sanitation Program (WSP)
Trémolet S., Evans B.
In recent years, results-based financing(of which output-based aid is a subset) has emerged as an important new way of financing public services in general and basic services in particular (especially in telecommunications, energy, and health). Application of these approaches has so far remained limited in the sanitation sector. From existing experiences in sanitation and results achieved in other sectors, it appears that OBA has the potential to help extend access to sanitation, help target subsidies for sustainable sanitation to disadvantaged households and support the development and strengthening
of sanitation service providers.
Trémolet S., Evans B. (2011). Output-Based Aid and Sustainable Sanitation - Learning note. Water and Sanitation Program (WSP)
English Market development (WG2)
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