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(A) Manual for Economic Assessment of Drinking-water Interventions

(A) Manual for Economic Assessment of Drinking-water Interventions
  • World Health Organization (WHO). June 2012
  • This manual describes a practical technique for appraising or evaluating small-scale interventions that seek to provide safer and more accessible drinking-water to rural people. The manual is primarily aimed at experts who are involved in advising on the most appropriate drinking-water interventions to install in small-scale, mainly rural, settings. These experts may be working in any of the disciplines relevant to drinking-water. They include health professionals, engineers and economists. The manual presents practical techniques in a way that will satisfy the expert yet also be accessible to the non-expert.
  • Geographical coverage: Africa, Global
  • Main themes: Drinking water, Economic instruments, Rural areas, Small-scale providers, Water services, Water supply
  • Main target audience: Economists, Engineering, Health professionals, Practitioners, Service providers
  • Main purpose:
  • Type of resource: Manual, Methodology
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Published in 2015