Water distribution systems involve various actors. Access to water is a fundamental human right that materializes in a set of rules, laws and institutions that exercise shared, exclusive or concurrent competences at different levels of government and that make up the institutional framework for the management of basic services. In Bolivia, although the intergovernmental competences are laid down, the expansion of services is limited by the lack of adequate inter-institutional coordination.
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