Among the essential public utilities, sanitation and wastewater services present forms of organization and management that have contributed to make it low on the agenda of policy makers when it comes to the development of infrastructures. Backlogs in the provision of services to populations in emerging and developing countries confirm this fact. At the same time, the reasons for this are multiple and the issue is broad.
To address the issue, the ParisTech-Suez “Eau Pour Tous” Chair organized its 3rd scientific workshop on November 18, 2016, with the support of the Agence Française de Development and AgroParisTech on “Sanitation and its Challenges.” This workshop is recognized as serving as a forum where experts can exchange institutional, operational and scientific views on public sanitation and drinking water supply services.
This publication gives an account of the actions, discussions and exchanges at this meeting and focuses on the organizational, economic and social issues.
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