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Using economics to improve service delivery along the sanitation value chain

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

This article by Sophie Tremolet, commissioned by the SHARE Research Consortium, aims to identify how market failures affect the ability to extend appropriate and sustainable sanitation services alongside the entire sanitation value chain.

This covers three main market segments:

  1. 1. Markets for providing 'access' to sanitation (collection services)
  2. 2. Markets for transport and treatment activities
  3. 3. Markets for reuse services

Tremolet offers recommendations to policy makers on what to do based on what we know and also to researchers on areas for future research in the developing areas of 'sanitation economics'.

Find the link here.


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