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Examining USAID Efforts to Strengthen India’s Urban Water and Sanitation Sector Governance and Finance

From 1994–2011, USAID’s Financial Institutions Reform and Expansion–Debt and Infrastructure (FIRE-D) activity partnered with India’s central, state, and municipal governments to provide technical assistance to 16 Indian states. USAID published an independent ex-post evaluation that followed up on six states and cities, seven years after FIRE-D ended to look at the project's long-term impact, to understand how urban water and sanitation services have changed, and to what extent policies, practices, and financing mechanisms introduced through FIRE-D have been sustained. This is the fourth in a series of ex-post evaluations of past USAID water and sanitation projects.

Implementation Guide

FIRE-D Guidebook Glossary & Index

Part of the FIRE-D guidebook.  Developing Sustainable and Inclusive Urban Infrastructure Services: A Guidebook for Project Implementers and Policy Makers in India

Glossary & Index

 

Implementation Guide

FIRE-D Guidebook Chapter 4: City Financial Viability

Part of the FIRE-D guidebook.  Developing Sustainable and Inclusive Urban Infrastructure Services: A Guidebook for Project Implementers and Policy Makers in India

Chapter 4: City Financial Viability

Implementation Guide

FIRE-D Guidebook Front Materials

Part of the FIRE-D Guidebook.  Contains preface, awknowledgements, foreward, contributors, table of contents, abbreviations, background, etc.