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The World Bank
Water and Sanitation Program
Slightly more than a decade ago, in 1999, the World Bank held a seminar-workshop entitled Improving the Sustainability of Water and Sanitation Projects in the Rural Area in Cusco, Peru, for the purpose of identifying best practices in the rural area. One of the key issues during this seminar was understanding the scope and contribution of a demand-based approach in relation to the sustainability of services.
Ten years later, in May 2010, an opportunity was provided to review the lessons learned, the progress achieved, and the new challenges for water and rural sanitation within the framework of the seminar Challenges of Rural Water and Sanitation after a Decade, also held in Cusco.
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PEARCE-OROZ, G. (2011) Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Challenges in Latin America for the Next Decade. Lessons from the “Cusco+10” International Seminar , Water and Sanitation Program , The World Bank , Lima, Peru
Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Challenges in Latin America for the Next Decade
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