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World Health Organization : Year 1989 ; World Health Organization, Community Water Supply, No. 89.6: Icommwautern Supply and Sanitation

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Title: World Health Organization : Year 1989 ; World Health Organization, Community Water Supply, No. 89.6: Icommwautern Supply and Sanitation  
Author: World Health Organization
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
Collections: Medical Library Collection, World Health Collection
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Organization, W. H. (n.d.). World Health Organization : Year 1989 ; World Health Organization, Community Water Supply, No. 89.6. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Medical Reference Publication

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INTRODUCTION The Fourth Consultation 1. A consultation was held at the Headquarters of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, from 21 to 25 November 1988, on Institutional Development in Water Supply and Sanitation (WSS). The &6 members of the Consultative Group included Dr M.M. Nzuwah, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Local Government, Rural and Urban Development, Zimbabwe, Chairman; Mr Y.N. Ojha, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Physical Planning, Nepal, Vice Chairman; Mr Eladio Prado, Executive President, Cosca Rica Institute for Water Supply and Sewerage (AyA), Rapporteur General; 21 senior sector officials from developing countries; 10 representatives of bilateral and international support agencies; and 12 consultants or experts from private consulting firms.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 1 The Fourth Consultation Results Presentation of the Report Implementation PROBLEM DEFINITION 3 Common Shortcomings in WSS Financial Management Study Rationale Purpose of this Report OBJECTIVES AND KEY CONCEPTS 4 Resources Coverage, Sustainability and Expansion Scope and Contents of this Document Key Concepts Partnership between Community and Agency OUTLINE OF THE RESOURCES COVERAGE PROCESS 9 Level of Service and Technology Choices Rationale for Resources Coverage GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR RESOURCES COVERAGE 11 General Water Supply Low-Cost Sanitation Mechanisms for Agency Cost Recovery and Community Cash-Raising RESOURCES COVERAGE WORKSHEETS 14 Introduction Key Elements Completion of Worksheets Typical Applications FOLLOW-UP 18

 

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