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Water supply and sanitation in Brazil
State governments have adopted different strategies during the s. Other utilities have introduced direct cash payments to needy families to help them pay their water bills.
This law defined intruments and rules for the planning, surveillance, rendering and and regulation of sanitation services in the country.
The current model relies on the local political project and on representatives from organized civil society groups in councils divided into specific topics.
In addition, it is important to include qualitative analyses which consider the social-political context at different bsjco HELLER et al. Views Read Edit View history. It is, therefore, necessary to discuss environmental sustainability. Given that the legal mandate for regulation rests with the municipalities, however, the role of these regulatory agencies in water and sanitation is minimal. Other municipalities retained partial autonomy, linked to a Health Ministry entity, now known as the National Health Foundation Funasa.
A contribution to develop strategies to support the social control of sanitation activities
Brazil, Equitable, Competitive, Sustainable. They operated in accordance with the model established by the Special Sanewmento for Public Health over 40 years ago. In some cases municipalities have challenged the legality of service provision by state companies that do not have concession contracts with municipalities.
The Program for the Acceleration of Economic Growth raised investment levels since then.
In addition, although there was significant expansion of services all over Brazil, Planasa gave priority to the country’s richer regions of the South and South East; most of the investment was concentrated in the larger cities, and within these cities, in the better-off sections of the population.
It cast additional legal uncertainty on swathes of public concession contracts with state water beico and eviscerated relevant states on contract law. The share was on average 2.
Water supply and sanitation in Brazil – Wikipedia
Germany supports water supply and sanitation projects in small and medium towns of the mostly poor and arid North-East of Brazil, as well as in the metropolitan area of Belo Horizonte. The institutionalization of these sectors may have happened because the state granted people this right before popular movements became strong enough to make 1445 without formal recognition.
How to cite this article. The aim is to transform this document into legislation and, in this way, ensure the empowerment of the population, thus providing them with a formal mechanism to claim their rights BRASIL, It thus leaves some important issues undefined. A widely discussed factor relates to the distance between user representatives and their bases.
A factor which is particularly relevant 11445 promoting social control in the sanitation sector is the non-technification of the discourse. Loans provide not only infrastructure financing, but saneamenro policy advice and capacity building in order to improve the institutional framework for improved service delivery. It also aims at increasing transparency and “social control”. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. In order for CESBs to operate in their respective states, they had to obtain municipal licenses to run the services under long-term contracts, because the Brazilian Constitution had already established that the power to grant licences for public water and sanitation services belonged to the municipalities.
It is essential to ensure the development of measures which are flexible and can be easily disseminated, as part of an interdisciplinary sneamento to provide support to adopted strategies in order to improve their effectiveness. A vicious circle exists in which administrative councils merely rubber stamp actions and decisions previously taken by administrators, thus centralizing lri depoliticizing decision-making.
From this point of view, it is hoped that the population can participate in the planning, implementing and upkeep of sanitation activities, so that the community can own both these and health-related actions, and in this way contribute to their effectiveness and sustainability.
Furthermore, it is important to implement a process for the qualitative evaluation of these strategies. In December the federal government approved a National Sanitation Plan Plansab that aims to reach universal access to drinking water saneamenoand universal access to sanitation in urban areas by The current research is based on experiences of social control strategies related to sanitation and policies in other more consolidated sectors, analyzed here in light of the theories of Raymundo Faoro and other social scientists who study social control and related topics.
Untilonly these public companies could obtain financing from BNH for water supply and sanitation, being responsible for construction, operation sameamento maintenance. Dependencies and other territories. The fact lwi social control is guaranteed by the Constitution does not mean it will be put in practice. Jouralev recommends investing in the training and education of the population.