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Selection: Water and Sanitation Policy and Sector Reform

Dominican Republic: Decentralization of Rural Water and Sanitation

As part of an effort to create a capacity within INAPA (the national water utility) to transfer responsibility for operations and maintenance of rural water and sanitation to local nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and the private sector, consultants are assisting in the development of (1) technical guidelines and procedures for selecting water and sanitation technologies that are appropriate for users and that can be maintained using local resources and (2) internal INAPA policies and procedures for working in rural areas..

Paraguay: Assessment of Program Opportunities for Decentralization of Water and Sanitation Services

EHP conducted an assessment of decentralization of water and wastewater services as part of an overall effort to support decentralization of water and sanitation in Latin America. The assessment concluded that decentralization of water supply and sanitation services offers potential for USAID involvement.

El Salvador: Legal and Regulatory Reform of the Water Sector

In conjunction with other in-country partners, EHP is assisting the USAID mission in the legal and regulatory reform of the water resources and water supply/sanitation sectors. The technical assistance consists of reviewing two draft laws and engaging a wide range of stakeholders in these discussions.

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