ESTUDIOS DE CASO SOBRE DESCENTRALIZACÍON DE LOS SERVICIOS DE AQUA POTABLE Y SANEAMIENTO EN LATIN AMÉRICA

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PRELIMINARES

INTRODUCCIÓN, por Fred Rosensweig

MODELOS DE GESTIÓN PARA POBLACIONES PEQUEÑAS

Contrato de Administración en Marinilla, Colombia, por Daniel Rivera

Junta de Agua Comunitaria en Itagua, Paraguay, por Frank Fragano

Empresa Municipal de Agua de San Julián, El Salvador, por Carlos Linares

ARREGLOS INSTITUCIONALES PARA COMUNIDADES RURALES

Programa de Promotores Municipales en Nicaragua, por Harold Lockwood

Programa de Técnico en Operación y Mantenimiento de SANAA en Honduras, por Andrew Trevett

Programas PROSAR y AHJASA en Honduras, por Andrew Trevett

REGULACIÓN DE LOS SERVICIOS DE AGUA POTABLE Y SANEAMIENTO SERVICIOS EN POBLACIONES PEQUEÑAS, por Guillermo Yepes

CONCLUSIONES, por Fred Rosensweig

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