This case describes the efforts of the state of Andhra Pradesh and Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board water services to its poorest inhabitants offer – about 1.7 million people. Undermining this challenge is the reality that Hyderabad is in a relatively dry region of India, and the Water Board is only able to provide water for an average of two hours per day. To attract investment, the government decides the Water Board, but privatize the world … Read more »

This case describes the efforts of the state of Andhra Pradesh and Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board water services to its poorest inhabitants offer – about 1.7 million people. Undermining this challenge is the reality that Hyderabad is in a relatively dry region of India, and the Water Board is only able to provide water for an average of two hours per day. To attract investment, the government decides to privatize the Water Board, but the World Bank conditions its support for this privatization on the possibility of Andhra Pradesh, a program that supplies water to the city’s slums develop. HKS case number 1828.0
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Jennifer Davis,
Sunil Tankha
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Release Date: 21 February 2006. Prod #: HKS319-PDF-ENG
The Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board HBR case solution

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