Finance Portal

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The Finance Portal gives an overview of the costs of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) service delivery, the financing sources to recover the costs, and tools and systems to monitor the financing of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) service delivery in developing countries.

The information in this portal is structured around 3 main questions:

  1. What costs do I need to finance? - see Costs of WASH Service Delivery;
  2. How can I finance my costs? - see Financing Sources;
  3. How can I monitor financing? - see Monitoring Finance.


Costs of WASH
Service Delivery
Financing Sources Monitoring Finance
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Costs of WASH Service Delivery - Introduction

Introduction

The costs for sustainable water, sanitation & hygiene service delivery include: new system construction, operation & maintenance, administration & planning, extension & improvement of services, and eventual replacement of infrastructure.
Capital Expenditure (CapEx)
Capital Expenditure
(CapEx)
Operational and Minor Maintenance Expenditure (OpEx)
Operational and
Minor Maintenance
Expenditure (OpEx)
Capital Maintenance Expenditure (CapManEx)
Capital Maintenance
Expenditure (CapManEx)
Financial & Economic Costs & Benefits
Financial & Economic
Costs & Benefits
Cost of Capital (CoC)
Cost of Capital (CoC)
Expenditure Direct Support (ExpDS)
Expenditure Direct
Support (ExpDS)
Expenditure Indirect Support (ExpIDS)
Expenditure Indirect
Support (ExpIDS)
Financing Sources - Introduction

Introduction

The main financing sources to recover the costs of sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene service delivery are (a combination of) taxes levied by national governments, transfers made by development partners, and tariffs paid by users of a service.
Taxes
Taxes
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers - Available Funds
Transfers -
Available Funds
Tariffs
Tariffs
Subsidies
Subsidies
Monitoring Finance - Introduction

Introduction

An overview of tools, such as the Millenium Development Goals (MDG) Costing and Financing tool, as they are available to governments, NGOs and donors. Use these tools to monitor the costs of sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene service delivery and to inform planning.
Life Cycle Cost Approach
Life Cycle
Cost Approach
Budget Allocation and Resource Planning
Budget Allocation
and Resource Planning
Technology Applicability Framework (TAF)
Technology Applicability
Framework (TAF)
FEASIBLE
FEASIBLE
SWIFT
SWIFT
MDG Costing and Financing
MDG Costing
and Financing
Water and Sanitation Needs Assessment Tool
Water and Sanitation
Needs Assessment Tool
Water Supply Costing Processor (WSCP)
Water Supply
Costing Processor (WSCP)
The Borehole Costing Model
The Borehole
Costing Model
City Sanitation Plan
City Sanitation Plan
Suivi Technique et Financier (STeFI)
Suivi Technique
et Financier (STeFI)
WASHCost Calculator
WASHCost Calculator
Sector Investment Plan
Sector Investment Plan
Business Development Toolkit
Business Development
Toolkit



IRC WASHCost
ANIMATION


Recent Questions
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Field experiences

The following project(s) make use of finance methods or sources.

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RSR Project 494
Kajiado
WASH Programme
RSR Project 545
Rain Water Harvesting
in Nepal
RSR Project 662
WASH Alliance Policy Influencing Programme
RSR Project 451
Northern Uganda WASH Alliance Project


Finance Manuals and Links

Acknowledgements

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Much of the material in this section is sourced from IRC.