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Across the developing world, millions of people rely on the private sector for their daily water and sanitation needs. This conversation will look at the role of public-private partnerships in increasing access to affordable, reliable clean water and safe sanitation through small-scale providers.

In Africa, water service providers face considerable challenges to meet growing demand. This study explored the potential of prepaid water systems in serving urban poor communities in eight African cities.

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Eddy Perez, Lead Water and Sanitation Specialist, on why addressing inequalities and ensuring that the poorest 40% reach universal access by 2030 means we must collaborate and more effectively generate and share global knowledge on what is working to provide sanitation service delivery to the poorest.

Read Eddy's previous blog here.

Additional materials featured at World Water Week:

The World Water Week in Stockholm  is the annual meeting platform for the world’s most urgent water-related issues.

The World Bank is one of the three collaborating partners for the World Water Week 2014, which will be held under the theme of energy and water in an effort to address the complex interlinkages between the two resources.

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Scaling Up Rural Sanitation
Supporting governments and private sector to implement sanitation programs at scale.
Economics of Sanitation (ESI)
Study estimates billions of dollars in losses from poor sanitation.
Domestic Private Sector Participation
Assisting domestic private sector participants to help increase access to water and sanitation services, especially for the poor.

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