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Using Small Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries: A Strategic—Not Automatic!—Choice
While small local enterprises in developing countries defi nitely have a role to play in expanding access to drinking water, they must not, for all that, be seen as the next “solution” that some are constantly seeking. The diversity among these actors requires one to carefully examine their characteristics, operating rationales and constraints. All these elements need to be taken into account before including these actors in sectoral programs. Recourse to small private entrepreneurs is not a universal cure-all, but under what conditions is it a suitable solution?
NAULET, F. (2011) Development Policies & Practice - October 2011. Drinking Water Access , No 3, 2011 , GRET
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