Evaluating the potential of microfinance for sanitation in Tanzania

Evaluating the potential of microfinance for sanitation in Tanzania, 2013.

Sophie Trémolet, George Muruka. SHARE.

The objectives of the case study are to investigate how household financing for sanitation can be mobilised via microfinance institutions, community banks and mass market commercial banks in order to accelerate sustainable access to sanitation facilities and/or services. tanzania-share

The research conducted in Tanzania is exploratory in nature. It seeks to map out the existing provision of microfinance for sanitation, to identify where opportunities for future market development lie and to identify how the development of such a market could be fostered (through the targeted use of public funds or regulatory changes for example). The case  study in Tanzania will feed into broader research about how donors can channel financing
for water and sanitation to small-scale actors.

One response to “Evaluating the potential of microfinance for sanitation in Tanzania

  1. Pingback: Accessibilité financière des individus et rôle de la microfinance au Ghana et en Tanzanie | Le Vrai Discours Actuel de Hermann Cebert: L'évangile de Dieu

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