Barriers and Conditions for the Involvement of Private Capital and Enterprise in Water Supply and Sanitation in Latin America and Africa: Seeking Economic, Social, and Environmental Sustainability (PRINWASS)
PRINWASS was an international research project that critically examined cases of privatization of water and sanitation services in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Kenya, Mexico, and Tanzania. It also included studies of water and sanitation services from Finland, Greece, and the United Kingdom for comparative reasons.
Pictures’ Gallery of the project’s meetings:
After the end of the project, a group of PRINWASS’ Partners and Associates created the research network GOBACIT and shortly afterwards its Latin American branch, WATERLAT.
Click here for downloadable research reports and publications derived from the project (leaves WATERLAT-GOBACIT’s website).
About the Project
PRINWASS had a project life of 3 years (2001-2004) and was supported by The European Commission under the Fifth Framework Programme 1998-2002, contributing to the implementation of the Horizontal Programme Confirming the International Role of Community Research INCO2 Research for Development. Contract: ICA4-CT-2001-10041
Visit PRINWASS’ web site for further information (leaves WATERLAT-GOBACIT’s website).