PATH and the Safe Water Project: Seeking Market-Based Solutions to Global Health Challenges Case Solution

This case provides an overview of the nonprofit organization PATH and clean water project launched five initiatives in late 2006 for $ 17 million in financing global development unit of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The purpose of the grant was to assess the extent to which market-based approaches can help accelerate the widespread adoption and sustainable use of water treatment and storage products for the safe house low-income populations. During the exchange, PATH conducted about 10 pilots in four countries. In the process, the project team Drinking Water accumulated important ideas related to the user-centered design, access and affordability (see ILO-107-108 of the ILO and the ILO-109 for specific courses in each of these three areas). PATH has also raised a number of important general lessons on the pilot projects, which are developed in the case of planning and execution.
by
Stefanos Zenios,
Lyn Denend,
Tim Elliott
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
11 pages.
Publication Date: April 1, 2013. Prod #: OIT106-PDF-ENG
PATH Project and drinking water: market-based research to the challenges of global health solutions Case Solution

PATH and the Safe Water Project: Seeking Market-Based Solutions to Global Health Challenges Case Solution
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