In 2015, UNICEF launched an action-research project to test whether delegating management to the private sector, when combined with monitoring and accountability, can guarantee sustainable access to good quality water in rural areas with low to medium population density.

The preliminary results are here

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Urban Water Supply Innovations in Ivory Coast: How Cross-Subsidies help the Poor
In Blue Gold Collection - Field Note 11 - Water and Sanitation Programme (WSP - World Bank)

Outsourcing and franchising - How ONEP (Morocco) mobilizes small scale local enterprise to cut down running cost
Addis Ababa - June 11-15 2002 - Water and Sanitation Programme (WSP - World Bank)

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Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor in Ivory Coast
Water and Sanition Programme (WSP - World Bank)

Assainissement au Mozambique / Sanitation in Mozambique
Pratiques de lavage des mains au Burkina Faso
Bassin transfrontalier de la Mékrou / Basin of the Mekrou
Mission au Libéria / Assignment in Liberia
Latrines en Mauritanie / Latrines in Mauritania
Kiosque à Haiti / Kiosk in Haiti
Missions on the ground
Improve the access to the drinking water
Technical expertise
Knowledge of local people
Cr?ation site e-commerce