Sanitation value chain study in rural areas and small towns in Haiti

Water and Sanitation Program of the World Bank September 2016 - July 2017

Aquaya designed and executed a value chain analysis on sanitation products and services available in small towns and rural areas in Haiti. The study was conducted at national level; however a special focus was placed on the Centre, Sud, Grande Anse and Nippes departments where more intensive supply-chain strengthening activities took place through World Bank operations. The border area with the Dominican Republic also received special attention.

The overall objective of the study was to analyze the issues, constraints (including market and non-market impediments) and potential risks within the current value chain, as well as its potential opportunities and capabilities, particularly in reaching low-income consumers.

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