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Using Market Finance to Extend Water Supply Services in Peri-Urban and Rural Kenya

ACCESS TO FINANCE ACCESS TO MARKET ACCESS TO WATER ADVISORY SERVICES AVERAGE MONTHLY WATER BILL BALANCE SHEET BANK LENDING BENEFICIARIES BORROWER BORROWING BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES CASH FLOW CASH FLOWS COLLATERAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMMERCIAL LENDERS COMMUNITY GROUPS COMMUNITY WATER CONTRACT MANAGEMENT COOPERATIVES COST SAVINGS CREDIT ANALYSIS CREDIT APPRAISAL CREDIT GUARANTEE CREDIT RISK CREDIT RISK ASSESSMENT CREDITWORTHINESS CUBIC METER CUBIC METERS CUSTOMER BASE DEBT DEBT SERVICE DEBT SERVICE PAYMENTS DEMAND FOR WATER DISBURSEMENT DISBURSEMENTS DOMESTIC MARKET DONOR FUNDS DONOR RESOURCES ECONOMIES OF SCALE EMERGING MARKETS ENABLING ENVIRONMENT FARMERS FINANCE COSTS FINANCIAL TRACK RECORD FINANCIAL VIABILITY GOVERNMENT GRANTS HOUSEHOLDS INDIVIDUAL CONNECTIONS INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT INTEREST COSTS IRRIGATION LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL RIGHT LENDER LENDING DECISION LOAN LOAN APPLICATIONS LOAN PRODUCT LOAN REPAYMENT MANAGEMENT OF WATER MANAGEMENT OF WATER SUPPLY MANAGEMENT OF WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS MARKET FINANCE MICROFINANCE MICROFINANCE LENDING MICROFINANCE SECTOR MONTHLY WATER BILLS NUMBER OF CONNECTIONS OPERATING COSTS OPERATORS OUTSTANDING DEBT PARTIAL CREDIT PIPED WATER PIPELINE POTABLE WATER PRESSURE PRICE OF WATER PRIVATE OPERATOR PROVISION OF WATER PROVISION OF WATER SUPPLY PROVISION OF WATER SUPPLY SERVICES PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY OVERSIGHT REPAYMENT PERIOD RISK OF DEFAULT SANITATION SANITATION SERVICES SERVICE PROVISION SHALLOW WELLS SOFT LOANS SOURCES OF WATER SUPPLY OF WATER TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE UTILITIES UTILITY OPERATIONS WATER CONNECTIONS WATER INFRASTRUCTURE WATER POINT WATER PROJECTS WATER RESOURCE WATER SALES WATER SERVICES WATER SOURCES WATER SUPPLY WATER SUPPLY SERVICES WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS WATER SYSTEMS WATER TREATMENT WATER UTILITY WELLS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Kenya
2012-08-13T11:36:47Z | 2012-08-13T11:36:47Z | 2010-11

This smart lesson explains how donor funds have been used to leverage domestic market finance and equity for investment in small piped water infrastructure in the peri-urban and rural areas of Kenya. Given the immense pressure on government and donor resources to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), this approach shows that leveraging donor funds not only increases the volume of investments financed but improves the sustainability of these investments by linking debt service to system functionality.

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