Strengthening Urban Sanitation Regulation to Expand and Sustain Services (lessons from Lusaka, Zambia)

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Strengthening Urban Sanitation Regulation to Expand and Sustain Services (lessons from Lusaka, Zambia)

Rapid urbanization, inadequate and aging infrastructure, and climate change are exacerbating a sanitation crisis in urban areas across the globe.

Regulation is a one of the key aspect in expanding a sustainable and equitable sanitation service as well as regulators that play a vital role to balance the interests of the government, users and private sector. 

If you want to know more on Lusaka's (Zambia) institutional arrangements for urban sanitation regulation, focusing on integrity and corruption risks,  check out the report " REGULATING LUSAKA’S URBAN SANITATION SECTOR

You will find more : 
  • The important steps  Zambia has taken to strengthen its regulatory framework and environment for urban sanitation service provision
  • The different types of corruption and integrity failures prevalent in the urban sanitation sector and their impact
  • Practical recommendations for strengthening urban sanitation regulation
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