Bi/Multilateral funding for sanitation services? - To NGOs or the private sector directly for sanitation services

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Bi/Multilateral funding for sanitation services? - To NGOs or the private sector directly for sanitation services

There is a significant amount of bi- and multilateral funding being channeled into sanitation (though insufficient to meet the SDGs). Most of this funding appears to be going directly to governments. Have there been cases where bi/multilaterals have funded NGOs or the private sector directly for sanitation services?

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Re: Bi/Multilateral funding for sanitation services?

Dear Tyler,

I am not sure. The definition of multilateral is governments working together so perhaps as per the defnition there is no multilateral funding to NGOs and the private sector (see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multilateralism )?

But maybe the funding is indirect because for implementation, the funds may then be channeled further to NGOs and to the private sector?

Have you or others got more information on this?
Why do you ask?

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