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Regulation Of Small Local Water Service Providers In Mali (STEFI)

Chapter for “The Political Economy Of Local Regulation”
article Oct 2016 ; prix indicatif: 160€
Aut. Martina Rama
Ed. TSR - Torino
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In Mali, water services in rural areas and small towns are fragmented and decentralised. Officially under the responsibility of municipalities, water services are provided by a multitude of small independent service operators that largely elude any form of control. While regulation in urban areas is ensured by a regulatory commission, regulation outside urban areas is not clearly assigned to any institution but is considered as being a task of the National Direction for Water (DNH). To better monitor water services, the DNH created a system called STEFI (Suivi Technique et Financier), which currently covers 30 % of existing mini-networks. While not being officially granted with a regulatory mandate, the STEFI system exercises some regulatory functions that could be strengthened and expanded.

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mode de gestion/gouvernance (CI) (DT) (OP)

Pays concerné:

Mali (CI) (DT) (OP)


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