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The technical is political Understanding the political implications of sector characteristics for the delivery of sanitation services

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Authors: Nathaniel Mason, Richard Batley and Daniel Harris
Published by: The Overseas Development Institute (ODI) and the University of Birmingham
Date: 2014

This brief examines the politics and governance of sanitation through a technical, ‘sector characteristics’ lens. Drawing on the findings from a consultation with sanitation specialists and recent literature, it explores how such an approach can help understand and respond to some of the persistent problems undermining the achievement of universal access to sanitation. This brief refers to a wide range of sanitation services in different contexts.

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