Published in: 2010
World Bank, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), USA
Devine, J., Sijbesma, C., Truong, X.
One of the central premises of the Global Scaling Up Rural Sanitation project is that local governments can provide the vehicle to scale up rural sanitation. In all three project countries — India, Indonesia, and Tanzania — local governments are at the center of the implementation arrangements. This report looks at the experience to date in three project locations in developing the capacity of local government to carry out its role in rural sanitation.
Devine, J., Sijbesma, C., Truong, X. (2010). Building the capacity of local government to scale up community-led total sanitation and sanitation marketing in rural areas. World Bank, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), USA
Asia & Pacific English Rural
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