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Closing the Sanitation Gap: The Case for Better Public Funding of Sanitation and Hygiene

By BE Evans, L Haller and G Hutton

Abstract

Slow progress is being made towards the achievement of the Millennium Development Goal for sanitation despite the fact that investments in sanitation have significant health, educational and economic benefits. More action is needed to improve the quality and accountability of service delivery. This report presents and summarises all the latest information on benefits and costs of sanitation and lays out proposals for government and donor action to address the problem

Publisher: Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.whiterose.ac.uk:42860

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