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Water governance in Tunisia : overcoming the challenges to private sector participation.


Governance challenges in Tunisia’s water sectorInstitutional roles and capacitiesOverview of Tunisian experience with private sector participation in the water and sanitation sectorThe political, legislative and regulatory frameworkA shifting legislative frameworkThe financial viability of the water and sanitation sectorThe challenges of tariff settingLevers for strengthening the financial viability of the water sectorValue for money and stakeholders’ engagementThe need for interfaces with usersNotesBibliographyThe potential for private sector participation in Tunisia’s water sectorUnderstanding the varied forms of private sector participationEnsuring the financial and fiscal sustainability of private sector participationStrengthening the autonomy of the water operatorsEnsuring the fiscal affordability of PSPEstablishing the institutional foundation for sound management of PSPEnsuring value for money through public-private partnershipsEnhancing transparency mechanisms and strengthening stakeholders’ engagementEngaging the public on a broader scaleAccess to information and accountability to users in the water sectorCommunication as a strategic consideration for government and operatorsStrengthening and stimulating the existing participatory and consultative forumsGroupements de developpement agricoleNon-governmental organisationsPursuing decentralisation: the role of the sub-national authoritiesBibliographyAction plan to improve governance of the water sector in Tunisia
 
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