Re: Toolkit, guideline and excel model for a standardised approach to cost-benefit analysis

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Re: Toolkit, guideline and excel model for a standardised approach to cost-benefit analysis

Thanks,  got this document, as I was searching for recent document on the subject. Is there something in excel as well? Would appreciate receiving if there is. 
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Where can I find this document? Please suggest.
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Re: Toolkit, guideline and excel model for a standardised approach to cost-benefit analysis

Hi Baghwan,
Do you mean this document that was mentioned above?:
Collecting life-cycle cost data for WASH services : a guide for practitioners
Fonseca, C. Veenkant, M.  (2019)

This document is a step-by-step guide to collecting data for a life-cycle cost approach (LCCA) to water service delivery at the district level.  Its a guide for collecting data, conducting surveys and interviews, and contextualising the information. It addresses water services but is equally useful for assessing sanitation services. The guidance was developed for Ethiopia; for other countries, some terms may need to be adapted. The goals and realities of the project or programme in which the LCCA is applied may require you to be innovative and deviate from the outlined approach.

https://www.ircwash.org/resources/collecting-life-cycle-cost-data-wash-services-guide-practitioners

I couldn't find an Excel file though. Let's find out from IRC.

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Re: Toolkit, guideline and excel model for a standardised approach to cost-benefit analysis

Dear Baghwan and Elisabeth,

IRC, Water for People and Aguaconsult have developed the following set of Excel Costing and Budgeting Tools:
  • Asset Registry Assessment Tool
  • Cash Flow Analysis Tool
  • Direct Support Cost Tool
  • Financial Overview Tool (revenue and expenditure at the service authority level)
For more information and to download the tools go to:  www.ircwash.org/tools/irc-costing-and-budgeting-tools 

You may also find this new WHO/IRC publication useful:

Smits, S. & Fonseca, C., 2020.  Costing and financing of small-scale water supply and sanitation services . Copenhagen, Denmark: WHO Regional Office for Europe. x, 39 p. : 8 boxes, 4 fig., 2 tab.

Guidelines for European national and subnational policy-makers responsible for sustainable financing of small-scale water and sanitation services, based on a life-cycle cost assessment and the three potential sources of finance: tariffs, taxes and transfers.  Read more
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Thank you for both the files
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Re: Toolkit, guideline and excel model for a standardised approach to cost-benefit analysis

Thank you very much. I really appreciate it.

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