The Political Economy of Sanitation: How can we increase investment and improve service for the poor?

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Publication Title

The Political Economy of Sanitation: How can we increase investment and improve service for the poor? Operational experiences from case studies in Brazil, India, Indonesia, and Senegal

Publication Type

World Bank Water and Sanitation Programme Technical Paper

Author(s)

WSP Global Practice Team

Publication Date

February 2011

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Contents

Summary

The report presents a brief assessment of lessons learned from the retrospective political economy analysis of the case studies. It highlights how a better understanding of the risks and opportunities associated with institutions and stakeholder interests in the sanitation sector can be used to better support more pro-poor sanitation investment. In a sector whose default mode can be very technical, donor and lender involvement can facilitate practical operational guidance for political economy analysis of more pro-poor service delivery

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See also

World Bank

Brazil

India

Indonesia

Senegal

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Attachments

 PoliticalEconomySanitationWB.pdf

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