Examines how the government of Tanzania, a key deteriorating infrastructure and services from Dar es Salaam intends to solve the water and wastewater engineering Authority. The decision process unfolds in the spring of 2002 on the heels of the uprising in Cochabamba, Bolivia, and a growing controversy over the participation of the International Finance Corporation and the World Bank in other water development projects in Ghana, Mauritania and South Africa. At that time the World Bank has been sponsoring … Read more »

Examines how the government of Tanzania, a key deteriorating infrastructure and services from Dar es Salaam intends to solve the water and wastewater engineering Authority. The decision process unfolds in the spring of 2002 on the heels of the uprising in Cochabamba, Bolivia, and a growing controversy over the participation of the International Finance Corporation and the World Bank in other water development projects in Ghana, Mauritania and South Africa. At that time the World Bank has been promoting similar projects in Angola, Benin, Guinea-Bissau, Niger, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Senegal, despite some vocal local opposition. Offers a rich and graphic account of the specific threats and opportunities in the water industry – a wealth of supplementary teaching materials can also stimulate greater debate the juxtaposition of the decision with a broader crisis of confidence in for-profit solutions for water and wastewater Determination Africa and Latin America.
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Oana Branzei,
Kevin McKague
Source: Ivey Publishing
17 pages.
Release Date: 7 June 2007. Prod #: 907M25-PDF-ENG
City Water Tanzania (A): Water Partnerships for Dar es Salaam HBR case solution