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Water Operators’ Partnerships in Asia , Case Study 3: Water Supply and sewerage authority of Ulaanbaatar and Vitens Evides International Ultrecht
Water Operators’ Partnerships (WOPs) are peer support relationships between two or more water or sanitation operators, carried out on a not-for-profit basis in the objective of capacity development. This is one of a series of three impact-oriented case studies conducted on WOPs in Asia.
It is intended for water and sanitation service providers, governments, development banks, donors, WOPs facilitators and all who are interested in gaining a better understanding of this solidarity-based approach to helping public operators improve their capacity to sustainably deliver water and sanitation services for all.
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