Sustainable Business Models for Water Supply and Sanitation in Small Towns and Rural Settlements in Kazakhstan
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Sustainable Business Models for Water Supply and Sanitation in Small Towns and Rural Settlements in Kazakhstan

This report assesses the Republic of Kazakhstan’s significant efforts to improve water supply and sanitation (WSS) services over the past 15 years, notably in terms of ambitious target-setting, implementation of a sound water tariff policy, and significant investment in the rehabilitation and development of relevant infrastructure. Generally speaking, the absence of updated data on WSS institutional development is a limiting factor for further policy and programme development in the field, including in Kazakhstan. The monitoring and evaluation system proposed in this report aims to help assess progress in the WSS sector and serve as a basis for any necessary corrective measures.

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This final report was prepared as part of the project on Sustainable Business Models for Water Supply and Sanitation in Small Towns and Rural Areas in Kazakhstan. It was implemented by the OECD EAP Task Force within the framework of the National Policy Dialogue on Water Policy in Kazakhstan in co-operation with the European Union Water Initiative (EUWI) facilitated by the OECD and UNECE. The project was financially supported by the European Union and the governments of Norway and Switzerland.

 
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