Tuesday, March 20, 2012

22 March 2012: Reaching the Base of the Pyramid: Lessons Learned from Rural Sanitation

Jacqueline Devine
World Bank

A major challenge faced by development specialists is to design effective strategies to deliver social and infrastructure services to poor segments of the population (the so-called base of the pyramid). While many successful interventions reaching the base of the pyramid exist, there is still a need to develop and document programs that do so cost-effectively, sustainably, and at large scale. This BBL aims to share approaches and lessons learned from the Water and Sanitation Program's Scaling Up Rural Sanitation in reaching the base of the pyramid.

Date: March 22, 2012
Time: 12:30 P.M.

Second Floor Conference Room
The World Bank,
70 Lodi Estate,
New Delhi-110003(INDIA)


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Please confirm your attendance by mail to Jyoti Sriram at
jsriram@worldbank.org by Wednesday, March 21st

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