Business Partners for Development: Water and Sanitation Cluster, Ken Caplan, WaterAid. International Conference: Infrastructure for Development: Private Solutions and the Poor, May 31 - June 2, 2000, London, United Kingdom. (ppt download available)
Case Study for Kano (town), Nigeria: Context and Practices. Strengthening the Capacity of Water Utilities to Deliver Water and Sanitation Services, Environmental Health and Hygiene to Low Income Communities. Water Utilities Project No. 5. Prepared by Lead Consultant Engr. Mohammed H. Iliyas and Local Consultant: Engr. Suleiman Sani. March 2000. 80 pages. (pdf download available)
Complementary water systems in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: The case of water vending. Kjellen, M. Water Res. In DEVELOPMENT 16(1). Pages 143-154. 2000.
Evaluating the risks of public-private partnerships for infrastructure projects. Grimsey, D., and M. Lewis. In INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT 20. Pages 107-118. 2002.
Favourable Policy and Forgotten Contracts: Private Sector Participation in Water and Sanitation Services in Stutterheim, South Africa. Janelle Plummer. Working Paper 442 01. GHK International, London, November 2000. (62 pages)
Ghana Case Study: Strengthening the Capacity of Water Utilities to Deliver Water and Sanitation Services, Environmental Health and Hygiene to Low Income Communities. Final Report. Water Utilities Project No. 5. Prepared by Training Research and Networking for Development (TREND), for Ghana Water Company Ltd. June 2000. 61 pages. (pdf download available)
Independent Water and Sanitation Providers in Africa: Beyond Facts and Figures. Solo, Tova; Debomy, Sylvie; Brown, Ato; and Chantal Reliquet; Task Management Team. Water and Sanitation Program, with Hydroconseil and the Research Center for Water and Sanitation (IRC). June 2000. Includes 10 country Case Studies: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d'Ivorie, Guinea, Kenya, Mali, Mauritania, Senegal, Tanzania, Uganda, and Summary.
Independent Water and Sanitation Providers in African Cities: Full Report of a Ten-Country Study. Collignon, Bernard, and Marc Vézina. Water and Sanitation Program. UNDP-World Bank. April 2000. (See Abstract)
Privatization of urban services and infrastructure in developing countries: An assessment of experience. Rondinelli, D., et al. In THIRD WORLD CITIES, Kasarda, J., et al., eds. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. 1993.
Private Participation in Infrastructure in Developing Countries: Trends, Impacts, and Policy Lessons. Clive Harris. Private Sector Development. The World Bank. 2002. 60 pages.
Tanzania Case Study: Strengthening the Capacity of Water Utilities to Deliver Water and Sanitation Services, Environmental Health and Hygiene to Low Income Communities. Final Report. Water Utilities Project No. 5. Prepared by Bill Wandera, for Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Authority. June 2000. 90 pages. (pdf download available)
Toolkit: Selecting an Option for Private-Sector Participation in the Water & Sanitation Sector. Prepared by World Bank staff, academics, privatization advisers, government officials and water operators. Task Manager Penelope Brook. Funding support from the Department for International Development (U.K.). The World Bank 1997. 176 pages.
Transitory Regime Water Supply in Conakry, Guinea. Claude Menard and George Clarke. Policy Research Working Paper 2362. World Bank, Washington, D.C., June 2000. 53 pages.
Water and Sanitation Services for the Urban Poor: Small-Scale Providers. Typology and Profiles. Snell, S. Washington, DC: UNDP-World Bank Water & Sanitation Program. Pages 3-13, 29-32, 39-40. 1998.
Water vending in developing countries. Zaroff, B., et al. Aqua 5: 289-295. 1984.