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Water Supply and Sanitation in Rwanda : Turning Finance into Services for 2015 and Beyond

ACCESS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER BEHAVIOR CHANGE CAPACITY BUILDING CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CLEAN WATER COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT CONSTRUCTION COST RECOVERY COSTS OF WATER SUPPLY DISTRIBUTION NETWORK DOMESTIC HYGIENE DRINKING WATER ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT GOOD GOVERNANCE HAND WASHING HEALTH PROMOTION HOUSEHOLD CONNECTIONS HOUSEHOLD SANITATION HOUSEHOLDS HYGIENE HYGIENE BEHAVIOR HYGIENE PROMOTION INVESTMENT PLANNING INVESTMENT PROGRAM INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS LATRINE LATRINES LOWER LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT MAINTENANCE COSTS MANAGEMENT OF WATER NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE NATIONAL WATER NATIONAL WATER POLICY NUMBER OF CONNECTIONS OPERATIONAL CAPACITY OPERATIONAL COSTS OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE CONTRACTS POLLUTION PRIVATE OPERATORS PROMOTION OF HYGIENE PUBLIC SANITATION PUBLIC UTILITY QUALITY STANDARDS RAINWATER HARVESTING RAW WATER RAW WATER SUPPLY REGULATORY AGENCY RURAL SANITATION RURAL WATER RURAL WATER SCHEMES RURAL WATER SUPPLY SAFE WATER SANITATION ACCESS SANITATION AUTHORITY SANITATION COVERAGE SANITATION FACILITIES SANITATION FACILITY SANITATION INVESTMENT SANITATION PROGRAM SANITATION SECTOR SANITATION SERVICES SANITATION TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL HYGIENE SECTORAL POLICY SEPTIC TANKS SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE DEVELOPMENT SEWERAGE SEWERAGE CORPORATION SEWERAGE SYSTEMS SOLID WASTE SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SUPPLY WATER SUSTAINABLE SERVICES TARIFF STUDY TOILET TOWN TOWN PLANNING TOWNS URBAN AREAS URBAN DWELLERS URBAN GROWTH URBAN SANITATION URBAN WATER URBAN WATER SERVICES URBAN WATER SUPPLY URBAN WATER SUPPLY COVERAGE URBAN WATER SUPPLY SERVICE DELIVERY USERS UTILITIES WATER POLICY WATER PRICING WATER QUALITY WATER RESOURCES WATER SCHEMES WATER SECTOR WATER SERVICES WATER SUPPLY WATER SUPPLY SERVICE WATER SUPPLY SERVICES WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS WATER SYSTEMS WATER UTILITY
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World Bank, Nairobi
Africa | Rwanda
2013-03-25T15:32:53Z | 2013-03-25T15:32:53Z | 2012

Rwanda has made good progress in extending water supply and sanitation coverage during the past few years, under clear political commitment to three complementary sets of targets: the economic development and poverty reduction strategy (2012), millennium development goals (2015), and vision 2020. The report aims to help countries assess their own service delivery pathways for turning finance into water supply and sanitation services in each of four subsectors: rural and urban water supply, and rural and urban sanitation and hygiene. Rwanda is closing the gap on its targets, but is unlikely to attain the required coverage levels by 2015 without an increase in financing. The coverage trend over the past 10 years for rural water supply demonstrates the country's capacity for developing new projects; while for sanitation the enabling environment and capacity for service development will need to be strengthened further in the medium term. Households' capacity for sharing the costs of water supply capital investments is limited, and the strategy views their main contribution as being towards operations and maintenance costs, through water fees and tariffs. The rural water supply subsector has switched from a community management model, to one of public-private partnership. Nearly 30 percent of rural water schemes are already managed by private operators and the economic and poverty reduction strategy aims for 50 percent by 2012. This second African Ministers' Council on Water (AMCOW) Country Status Overview (CSO2) has been produced in collaboration with the Government of Rwanda and other stakeholders.

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