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Running Water in India's Cities: A Review of Five Recent Public-Private Partnership Initiatives

Running Water in India's Cities: A Review of Five Recent Public-Private Partnership Initiatives
  • World Bank Water and Sanitation Program (WSP). January 2014
  • This report looks at five case studies in India, which include: Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh; Nagpur, Maharashtra; Latur, Maharashtra; Aurangabad, Maharashtra; Mysore, Karnataka. A detailed review of Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in water and sanitation in these developing cities was undertaken with great emphasis on the data necessary to build a conclusive study. The report intends to evaluate the underlying rationale of the initiatives; the preparatory and bid process; key contract provisions; risk allocation and related issues that may have a bearing on the operational trajectory; and impact the achievement of objectives. The five projects, in Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Madhya Pradesh, provide a detailed analysis of the process, politics, and preparation of PPP projects in India.
  • Geographical coverage: Asia, Aurangabad,Khandwa,Latur,Mysore,Nagpur
  • Main themes: Financing, Public-private partnerships (PPP), Sanitation, Urban areas, Water services, Water supply
  • Main target audience: Business leaders, Private sector
  • Main purpose: Assessment, Awareness raising, Impact evaluation, Reporting on project findings/outputs
  • Type of resource: Assessment report, Case studies, Lessons learned
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Published in 2015