Assessing the Demand for Public Private Partnerships in Botswana’s Water Utilities Corporation: The Case of Lobatse Management Centre

@inproceedings{Molokwane2018AssessingTD,
  title={Assessing the Demand for Public Private Partnerships in Botswana’s Water Utilities Corporation: The Case of Lobatse Management Centre},
  author={Thekiso Molokwane},
  year={2018}
}
The water authority in Botswana has been experiencing increasing challenges of water supply and distribution since the reform of the sector in 2009. The centralization of water supply and distribution on the Water Utilities Corporation stemming out of the implementation of the water sector reforms resulted in the prominence of water supply shortage in various parts of the country (both urban and rural) raising questions on government’s decision to reform the sector. The water supply service was… CONTINUE READING

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