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Soakoja and Inter Aide have set up a professional, not-for-profit management system based on a “Water for All” approach, to meet the need to monitor, operate and maintain small drinking water supply systems in isolated rural areas, and to deliver this essential service to vulnerable families.

In the Analamanga and Analanjirofo regions of Madagascar, more than half the population lives below the poverty line. The proportion of the budget that households can devote to water is very limited, or even non-existent for the most vulnerable.

In order to ensure that these vulnerable households have access to a minimum quantity of water for their basic consumption, Soakoja is introducing a social water pricing system for volumetric systems.

The following document presents, in stages, the methodology for implementing social pricing through the envolement of all the stakeholders in the water service.