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Workshop: multiple-use services – cost and benefits. Summary of day 1. Objectives. Conceptualization of MUS Implications for CBA Evidence base Opportunity areas Way forward. Expectations (from policy perspectives).

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objectives
Objectives
  • Conceptualization of MUS
  • Implications for CBA
  • Evidence base
  • Opportunity areas
  • Way forward
expectations from policy perspectives
Expectations (from policy perspectives)
  • Interest in increasing sustainability of services through improved ability and willingness to pay
  • Need for evidence:
    • MUS practices
    • Livelihoods impacts
    • Sustainability of service
  • Contextualizing MUS and evidence at country level
  • Multi-stakeholder approach
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Report back from expert meeting
  • Conceptualizing MUS services
    • MUS is demand-centric
    • Service-oriented
    • Service attributes and service levels
    • Applicable at different levels of scales (fractals) :
      • Increase the pipe (domestic-plus)
      • Have many pipes (community-based)
      • Overflowing irrigation canals (irrigation-plus)
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Report back from expert meeting
  • Implications for cost-benefit analyses:
  • Costs
    • Overview of cost categories
    • Linked to service levels
    • Emphasis on incremental costs and opportunity costs
  • Benefits
    • Overview of benefit categories
    • Linked to service levels
    • Break-down of benefits between user categories
  • Methodologies
    • Not only cost-benefit but also cost-effectiveness analysis
    • Beyond CBA indicators, also other (proxy) indicators
case studies
Case studies
  • Nigeria
  • Honduras
  • South Africa
  • Ethiopia
  • Burkina Faso
lessons from case studies
Lessons from case studies
  • CBA Methodologies
    • Standardised approaches and indicators needed
    • Break-down by user categories
    • Mostly financial analysis, not full economic or opportunity costs
lessons from case studies1
Lessons from case studies
  • Evidence base
    • Case evidence on positive cost-benefit relations, despite questions on reliability of data
    • Not necessarily translated into higher payment for services (ability, willingness and actual payment)
    • Non-monetary benefits
    • Attribution
  • Use of evidence
    • Identifying pathways for climbing (or jumping) the ladder
    • Creating interest and getting stakeholder dialogues started
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