By S. Kumar
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Solid Waste Collection in Accra: The Impact of Decentralization and Privatization on the Practice and Performance of Service Delivery, A study conducted at the Amsterdam Research Institute for Global Issues and Development Studies (AGIDS), University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Oteng-Ababio, M. (2007). Private-Public Partnership in Solid Waste Management in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area. PhD Dissertation, University of Ghana, Legon. Oteng-Ababio, M. (2010a). Private Sector Involvement in Solid Waste Management in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area.
Table 1. Institutional matrix for the sanitation sector Thus four segments of the matrix can be distinguished, namely formal institutions, informal institutions, formal organisations and informal organisations, all of which play crucial and interrelated roles to ensure the overall viability and sustainability of the institutional framework. It must be mentioned, however, that the structure of the matrix is not peculiar to waste management or the sanitation sector per se. Almost all sectors of a nation’s economy is characterised by institutions and organisations – both formal and informal.
The arguments and concepts presented in this chapter are drawn from literature and the knowledge and experiences of the authors. Reference is often made to cases in Ghana where a practical illustration is considered useful. 2. Understanding institutions A successful application of institutional development as a tool for attaining sustainability in waste management service delivery requires a proper understanding of the concept of Institutional Matrix for Sustainable Waste Management 25 institutions due to its complexity, especially, in the developing world.
Integrated Waste Management [Vol I] by S. Kumar