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A framework for analyzing tariffs and subsidies in water provision to urban households in developing countries
le Blanc David
The aim of the paper is to present a basic conceptual framework for understanding the main practical issues and challenges relating to tariffs and...
A framework for efficient wastewater treatment and recycling systems
Devi Mekala Gayathri, Davidson Brian, Samad Madar, Boland Anne-Maree
This paper deals with the question of "how wastewater recycling can be made efficient in a developing country setting and a developed country...
A practical guide for improving water supply and sanitation services
McIntosh Arthur, Triche Thelma, Sharma Geeta
To meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for water supply and sanitation, project planners and service providers and the poor themselves in...
A thirst for distant lands
Smaller Carin, Mann Howard
This paper focuses on the renewed interest in purchasing or leasing land, and securing water rights for agricultural production; it does not focus on...
All that glitters
Porras Ina, Grieg-Gran Maryanne, Neves Nanete
This report reviews the current status of payments for watershed services in developing countries. It highlights the main trends in the evolution of...
An investment framework for clean energy and development
The World Bank's Investment Framework for Clean Energy and Development is build om three pillars : 1.Energy for development and energy access for...
Best practices of users' participation in public utility and community management water supply and sanitation service provision in small urban centers in developing countries
In many developing countries a water sector reform is actually undertaken. A lot of countries choose for a decentralization of their national water...
Beyond subsidies: triggering a revolution in rural sanitation
Bongartz Petra, Chambers Robert
about two billion people living in rural areas are adversely affected by open defecation. in many countries the Millennium development goal for...
Catalogue of low-cost toilet options
This catalogue has been prepared to help house owners in low-income urban communities choose an appropriate low-cost toilet option. It is designed to...
Les populations du Sud et les peuples autochtones dumonde entier sont les plus vulnérables au changement climatique, parce que leurs moyens de vie...
Chlorinating small water supplies
This WELL study paper focuses on the use of chlorination for disinfection of water in small water supply systems in low- and middle-income countries...
Climate change : impacts, vulnerabilities and adaptation in developing countries
The UNFCCC has produced this book to highlight the concerns and needs of developing countries in adapting to the effects of climate change. It...
Climate change adaptation strategies for local impact
This paper argues that the proof of effective climate change adaptation strategies will be in improved resilience of the hundreds of millions of...
Climate change and security
Carius Alexander, Tänzler Dennis, Maas Achim
The German Technical Cooperation (GTZ) commissioned Adelphi Consult to assess the impacts of climate change on conflict and security from a...
Climate change and the future impacts of storm-surge disasters in developing countries
Dasgupta Susmita, Laplante Benoit, Murray Siobhan, Wheeler David
As the climate changes during the 21st century, larger cyclonic storm surges and growing populations may collide in disasters of unprecedented size....
Climate change challenges for EU development co-operation: emerging issues
Peskett Leo, Grist Natasha, Hedger Merylyn, Lennartz-Walker Tessa, Scholz Imme
This paper reviews that main policy processes that have been developed within the EU for addressing climate change in the context of development...
Climate change in the context of development cooperation
The aim of this communication is to assist the developing countries in reconciling their needs for economic development - and hence for...
Climate change mitigation
This booklet provides a summary of the main analysis from the forthcoming report OECD (2008), "The Economics of Climate Change Mitigation...
Climate changes the water rules
Climate changes the water rules is a comprehensive report that shows all of us working in the water sector that we will be affected by natural and...
Community-based water law and water resource management reform in developing countries
Water resource management reform today emphasizes user participation. However, in developing country contexts the water laws and institutions which...
Confronting limitations: New solutions required for urban water management in Kunming City
Huang Dong-Bin, Bader Hans-Peter, Scheidegger Ruth, RolandSchertenleib, Gujer Willi
Despite continuous investment and various efforts to control pollution, urban water environments are worsening in large parts of the developing world...
Contracting MSEs for Pro-poor PPPs in Latin America
This article focuses on the beneficial role pro-poor PPPs serve in supporting micro and small enterprises (MSEs) in developing countries. The...
Contracting out: Water and sanitation services
Sansom Kevin, Franceys Richard, Njiru Cyrus, Morales-Reyes Javier
Costs and performance of irrigation projects: a comparison of Sub-Saharan Africa and other developing regions
Inocencio Arlene, Kikuchi Masao, Tonosaki Manabu, Maruyama Atsushi, Merrey Douglas, Sally Hilmy, de Jong Ijsbrand
High investment costs together with declining world prices for food and the perceived failures of many past irrigation projects are the main reasons...
Dams and development
This publication is a contribution by the Dams and Development Project (DDP) in support of the efforts of countries and the international community...
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Drivers and characteristics of wastewater agriculture in developing countries: results from a global assessment
Raschid-Sally Liqa, Jayakody Priyantha
In many cities of developing countries untreated wastewater and polluted water are used for agriculture in urban and peri-urban areas. Though such...
Empowerment van vrouwen: een methodologische handleiding
Charlier Sophie, Caubergs Lisette
Deze publicatie behandelt in eerste instantie de theoretische grondslagen van het concept empowerment, het concept dat wij hebben gekozen als...
Equity and Sustainable Development in a post-2012 Climate Regime
Paredis Erik, Goeminne Gert, Maes Frank, Lambrecht Jesse
The research project "Equity and Sustainable Development in a post-2012 Regime: Interests and Concerns of Developing Countries" has as...
Every drop counts
Correlje Aad F., de Graaf Rutger E., Ryu Maki, Tjallingii Sybrand P., Van de Ven Frans H. M.
The focus of this book is efficient water use in urban and domestic environments and the context is decision making about sustainable development of...
Farm ponds for water, fish and livelihoods
Miller James W.
This booklet provides basic and practical information on multiple-use smallholder farm ponds. Its aim is to promote ponds as a diversification...
Financer l'eau pour tous
Camdessus Michel, Winpenny James
Le panel a considéré que sa responsabilité première était de répondre à la question : comment trouver les ressources financières nécessaires pour...
Financial structuring of infrastructure projects in public-private partnerships
Vives Antonio, Paris Angela M., Benavides Juan, Raymond Peter D., Quiroga Dario, Marcus Javier
The framework presented here is designed to help investors and governments assess investment conditions and the appropriate mix of public and private...
Financing and cost recovery
Cardone Rachel, Fonseca Catarina
This TOP provides an overview on financing and cost recovery for the water supply and sanitation services sector in rural and low-income urban areas...
Financing and managing water and wastewater services: a global perspective
There are two great challenges to be faced in providing water and sanitation services to people in developing countries. The first challenge is to...
Freshwater management (Economic and social council)
The present report on freshwater development and management presents an updated review of the state of implementation of the goals and targets agreed...
From integrated to expedient
Lankford Bruce A., Merrey Douglas, Cour Julien, Hepworth Nick
This paper examines management responses to environmental and hydrological change related to growing water scarcity. It draws on experiences in the...
Guide de la coopération décentralisée: Eau assainissement et solidarité
Aubourg Guillaume, Désille Denis, Grondin Pierre-Marie, Le Jallé Christophe, Taquet Michel
L'objet de cet ouvrage est de présenter tout d'abord le cadre d'intervention et les outils disponibles pour les acteurs de la coopération...
Household water treatment and safe storage options in developing countries
Lantagne Daniele S., Quick Robert, Mintz Eric D.
This article focuses on point-of-use drinking water treatment and safe storage options, which can accelerate the health gains associated with...
How small water enterprises can contribute to the millennium development goals: evidence from Dar es Salaam, Nairobi and Accra
McGranahan Gordon, Njiru Cyrus, Albu Mike, Smith Mike, Mitlin Diana
Small Water Enterprises (SWE's) provide water services alternative to, or suplementary to, those provided by official water suppliers. Government...
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