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Published on August 26, 2019
|Abbreviations and Acronyms|
|Insights from blended finance in the water and sanitation sector|
|Evidence on blended finance in water and sanitation utilities|
|Evidence on blended finance in small-scale off-grid sanitation, wastewater collection and treatment|
|Evidence on blended finance in multipurpose infrastructure and landscape-based approaches|
|Primer on blended finance|
|Case Studies: Water and Sanitation Utilities|
|Case Studies: Off-grid sanitation Water and Sanitation|
|Case Studies: Multipurpose water infrastructure and landscape-based approaches|
green talks live webinar
On Monday 9 September, our team of experts discussed the key findings of this report during a live webinar.
Where has blended finance worked so far? How can this experience be adapted to new contexts and investment types? How can well-designed policies strengthen the enabling environment to crowd-in commercial capital and strengthen the financing systems upon which water-related investments rely?
Water-related investments are a prerequisite to deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals, yet financing persistently falls well short of investment needs. This report shows how blended finance can play an important role to deploy development finance more strategically to mobilise additional commercial finance.
Event: OECD at stockholm world water week
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