Powered by the Private Sector

Ten years of Thrive Networks research reveals that the private sector can not only successfully deliver efficient WASH services, but also it adapts more readily to new technologies than government agencies or non-profits. Furthermore, consumer willingness to invest appears to be directly related to the quality of service. When clean water delivery is reliable, families, even in the poorest communities, will pay for it.

Statistics show that rural households spend 10% to 15% of their incomes on fundamental services like water.

Based on evidence from three successful pilot projects, Thrive Networks is scaling its Output-Based Aid (OBA) model to deliver clean water services and hygienic latrines to underserved communities in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.

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