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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|
webinar: Making Blended Finance Work for Water and Sanitation
On Monday 9 September, our team of experts discussed the key findings of this report during a live webinar. The video recording of this webinar is forthcoming.
Water-related investments are a prerequisite to deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals, yet financing persistently falls well short of investment needs. A new OECD report Making Blended Finance Work for Water and Sanitation: Unlocking Commercial Finance for SDG 6 shows how blended finance can play an important role to deploy development finance more strategically to mobilise additional commercial finance.
This report takes a commercial investment perspective on water-related investment and provides insights into three subsectors:
(1) water and sanitation utilities
(2) small-scale off-grid sanitation and
(3) multi-purpose water infrastructure and landscape-based approaches.
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?
Event: OECD at stockholm world water week
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