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Enterprise in WASH - PRIVATE AND SOCIAL ENTERPRISE ENGAGEMENT IN WATER AND SANITATION FOR THE POOR - INCENTIVES SHAPING ENTERPRISE ENGAGEMENT IN TIMOR-LESTE - Empreza Di'ak
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Enterprise in WASH – PRIVATE AND SOCIAL ENTERPRISE ENGAGEMENT IN WATER AND SANITATION FOR THE POOR – INCENTIVES SHAPING ENTERPRISE ENGAGEMENT IN TIMOR-LESTE

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Enterprise in WASH – PRIVATE AND SOCIAL ENTERPRISE ENGAGEMENT IN WATER AND SANITATION FOR THE POOR – INCENTIVES SHAPING ENTERPRISE ENGAGEMENT IN TIMOR-LESTE

“As the Empreza Diak study explains, construction retailers have very limited awareness of the market potential for sanitation products and services. Further, they “work and prosper in a government driven market, feeding existing demand from Dili with imported goods.” Therefore, they have little experience in “promotion, product development, sales and distribution to rural areas” which limits their capacity to expand to the rural sanitation market”

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Date:

8th December 2016