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Promoting Transparency, Integrity and Accountability in the Water and Sanitation Sector in Uganda
  • Promoting Transparency, Integrity and Accountability in the Water and Sanitation Sector in Uganda
  • Water Integrity Network (WIN), World Bank Water and Sanitation Program (WSP). November 2010
  • This note describes the key ingredients to putting in place a nationwide good governance action plan in Uganda's water sector, the challenges to be overcome and lessons learned to date. The implications for practice are discussed from the perspectives of policy makers, regulators and ombudsmen, development partners, water service providers and civil society actors. This provides guidance for the replication of best practice by stakeholders in other countries and sectors.
  • Geographical coverage (region): Africa
  • Main themes: Corruption, Ethics, Sanitation, Water governance, Water services, Water supply

Guidelines for user fees and cost recovery for urban water and sanitation. Short version

Guidelines for user fees and cost recovery for urban, networked water and sanitation delivery
  • Guidelines for user fees and cost recovery for urban, networked water and sanitation delivery
  • African Development Bank (AfDB). October 2010
  • This document addresses the issues of urban, predominantly networked, water supply and sanitation. The main objective of these guidelines is to provide guidance to AfDB Group Task Managers and other stakeholders as well as to enhance the design and implementation of financially sustainable water sector projects and programmes. A key objective of these guidelines is to enable service providers to deliver better services to all, within the context of a protected environment, through accessing enhanced revenue and finance flows whilst acknowledging that direct f...[Read full description]
  • Geographical coverage (region): Global
  • Main themes: Cost recovery, Fee collection, Sanitation, Tariffs, Urban areas, Utility services, Water supply, Water User Associations

Guidelines for user fees and cost recovery for rural water and sanitation. Short version
  • Guidelines for user fees and cost recovery for rural water and sanitation. Short version
  • African Development Bank (AfDB). October 2010
  • Executive summary of the Guidelines for user fees and cost recovery for rural, non-networked, water and sanitation delivery.
  • Geographical coverage (region): Global
  • Main themes: Cost recovery, Fee collection, Rural areas, Sanitation, Small-scale providers, Tariffs, Utility services, Water supply, Water User Associations

Guidelines for user fees and cost recovery for rural, non-networked, water and sanitation delivery
  • Guidelines for user fees and cost recovery for rural, non-networked, water and sanitation delivery
  • African Development Bank (AfDB). October 2010
  • This document addresses the issues of rural, non-networked water supply and sanitation. The main objective of these guidelines is to provide guidance to AfDB Group Task Managers and other stakeholders as well as to enhance the design and implementation of financially sustainable water sector projects and programmes. A key objective of these guidelines is to enable service providers to deliver better services to all, within the context of a protected environment, through accessing enhanced revenue and finance flows whilst acknowledging that direct full cost re...[Read full description]
  • Geographical coverage (region): Africa, Global
  • Main themes: Cost recovery, Fee collection, Rural areas, Sanitation, Small-scale providers, Tariffs, Utility services, Water supply, Water User Associations

(The) State of African Cities 2008: A framework for addressing urban challenges in Africa
  • (The) State of African Cities 2008: A framework for addressing urban challenges in Africa
  • United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat). March 2008
  • This is the fi rst issue in an evolving series of state of the African cities reports, intended to provide both a tool and a platform for debate on urban issues within Africa. It aims to provide focus and encouragement to African governments at the central and local level as well as to other key actors in the broad area of sustainable human settlements development. The question of urban water and sanitation supply is addressed all along the report.
  • Geographical coverage (region): Africa
  • Main themes: Informal settlements, Sanitation, Slums, Urban areas, Urbanization, Water security, Water services, Water supply

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