Feasibility study for the the establishment of Decentralized Solidarity mechanisms in the field of water and sanitation.

Rural and semi-urban areas

The study determines the feasibility and conditions for the implementation of financial and technical cooperation between Decentralized Solidarity Mechanisms in Guinea and those existing in the world, in order to support municipalities in the development of water and sanitation services in rural and semi- urban areas.

The specific objectives are to:

  • Assess existing capacities of Decentralized Solidarity Mechanisms at local and national levels
  • Provide insights and reflection for the strengthening or implementation of such mechanisms,
  • Analyze local demands and identify decentralized partners able to respond to such demands.

The study is available in French only


Global Water Solidarity - International Platform
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