Setting It Up: Definition
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Community Initiatives in Urban Infrastructure
Cotton, A.P., Sohail, M., and Tayler, W.K. 1998. Water, Engineering and Development Centre, Loughborough University, UK.

1 Introduction and background

    About this manual
    Background and scope of work

2 Infrastructure procurement

    Why community partnering?

3 The Cases

4 Lessons from the cases

    Roles and responsibilities
    Government procedures: a surprising amount of scope
    Accountability and transparency
    Whose money is it?
    How are decisions reached?
    Performance of community partnered procurement


    Wider benefits of community partnered procurement
    Constraints on community partnered procurement
    Institutionalising community partnered procurement

5 Guidelines for community partnered procurement

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