We have been in Cambodia this week to launch the world’s first Development Impact Bond (DIB) in the WASH sector. In this post, we share three reasons why we decided to invest.Continue reading “Why we invested in the Cambodia Rural Sanitation Development Impact Bond”
WSUP has been investigating how redistributive taxation and surcharges could be used to finance sanitation for low-income customers. This guest blog from Guy Norman discusses WSUP’s research and next steps.
Factor[e] Ventures and the Stone Family Foundation teamed up to take a fresh look at the sanitation value chain. Here is a guest blog from Natalie Markham summarising the process and next steps.
We have been refining the way we support enterprise development in the water and sanitation sector and how we can have most impact – here is the process we followed .