Published in: 2018
In August 2017, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation commissioned a rapid review of the South Asia regional portfolio of BMGF/DFID comprising of city projects working on various aspects of public-private partnerships in the delivery of urban sanitation services.
The review was carried out in 3 cities in India (Wai, Sinnar, Warangal) and 4 cities in Bangladesh (Khulna, Kushtia, Jhenaidah, Faridpur). The focus of the review was on good practices and challenges emerging from these cities during the process of SLA design and implementation, the potential for SLA approaches to achieve inclusiveness in service provision and the sustainability of programme actions beyond partnership period. This report is the synthesis of review findings and lessons from these cities and can be applied to future projects and in cities’ future investments in sanitation services.
Srinivasan, S. (2018). Engaging the Private Sector in Urban Sanitation Services - A Review of South Asian Cities. IFMR LEAD
Asia & Pacific Educators English Politicians and local decision makers Urban (entire city)
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