Universidad Católica Boliviana, Maestrías para el Desarrollo, La Paz (Bolivia)
Bariloche Foundation, Life Quality Programme (
Departamento Municipal de Água e Esgotos (DMAE) (Municipal Water and Sanitation Department), Porto
Inter-American Association of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering (AIDIS)
International Institute for Law and the Environment
Pacific Institute for Studies in Development, Environment, and Security
Public Citizen, International Water Working Group and U.S. Water for All Campaign
Unión de Usuarios y Consumidores (Union of Users and Consumers)
Consejo Consultivo del Agua (Water Consultative Council),
Programa Universitario para Estudios de la Ciudad (PUEC) (University Programme for City Studies,
at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).,
Department of Accounting and Finance, University of Manchester,
Development Research Institute, University of Tilburg,
New Water Culture Foundation,
Faculty of Economics and Business Studies,
Universidad de Cantabria,
Universidad Católica Boliviana, Maestrías para el Desarrollo, La Paz, Bolivia.
The Master Programmes in Development (MpD), is a department jointly established between the
The department also has two publications, which are very useful vehicles for academic debate and diffusion of research findings. Leviatán, journal dedicated to public policy analysis, and Alta Gerencia, a journal targeted to managers and decision makers.
Principal researchers involved in this project:
PSIRU monitors privatisation in utilities and public services worldwide, with the results published in their web site, and specialises in water, energy and healthcare.
GDR 2524 Groupement de Recherche du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), "Rés-EAU-Ville"- Eau, Ville et Territoire.
28 Rue Saint Guillaume
tel : (33 1) 44 39 86 87
The Department of Geography at UBC is one of the largest departments in Canada, and offers courses in a wide range of geographical specializations at both the undergraduate and graduate levels (MA, MSc and PhD). Specializations extend from postcolonial perspectives to process-oriented scientific inquiry including GIS for spatial analysis and modelling. Research themes of relevance to the PRINWASS project include hydrology, geomorphology, environmental history of river basins, sustainable development of river basins, and globalization and third world cities. It has a permanent research and teaching staff of 27, divided fairly even between physical and human geography.
Latin American Centre for Social Ecology (CLAES), United Kingdom.
CLAES is an independent NGO dedicated to research, action and promotion in the field of social ecology, based in Uruguay.
Departamento Municipal De Água E Esgotos (DMAE) (Municipal Water and Sanitation Department), Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
Principal contact: Head Director
Ministério das Cidades, Secretaria Nacional de Saneamiento Ambiental (Ministry of Cities, National Secretary of Environmental Sanitation), Brazil.
Principal contact: National Secretary
Associação Nacional dos Serviços Municipais de Saneamiento (ASSEMAE) (National Association of Municipal Sanitation Services), Brazil.
Principal contact: President
Secretaria de Saneamiento (Secretary of Sanitation), Prefeitura do Recife, Recife, Pernanbuco, Brazil.
Inter-American Association of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering (AIDIS), Uruguay Branch, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Secretary: Eng. Daniel Greif.
International Institute for Law and the Environment, Madrid, Spain.
President: Dr. Ana Barreira.
Pacific Institute for Studies in Development, Environment, and Security, Oakland, Ca., USA.
Principal Economist and Engineer: Dr. Gary Wolff.
Public Citizen, International Water Working Group and U.S. Water for All Campaign, Washington DC, USA.
Contact person: Dr. Sara Grusky.
Paraná 326 - 9th, Office 34
1017 Buenos Aires, Argentina
Contact person: Lic Américo García.
Sindicato Obras Sanitarias de la Provincia de Buenos Aires (Sanitation Works Union, Province of Buenos Aires)
Calle 48, 319
1900 La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Contact person: DirectorMr. Guillermo Tomás Amorebieta y Vera.
Programa Agua, Medio Ambiente y Sociedad (Programme Water, Environment, and Society), El Colegio de México
Contact person: Dr. Fernando Tudela.
Campos Elíseos 400, 19th,
Colonia Lomas de Chapultepec, 11000 Mexico City.
Asociación Nacional de Empresas de Agua y Saneamiento de México A.C. (ANEAS) (National Association of Water and Sanitation Companies of Mexico), Mexico City
Contact person: Dr. Fernando Tudela.
Subsecretaría de Fomento y Normatividad Ambiental, Secretaría de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (SEMARNAT), (Under-secretary of Development and Environmental Regulation, Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources
Contact person: Co-ordinator of Advisors, Lic. Linda Peña-Alfaro G.
Programa Universitario para Estudios de la Ciudad (PUEC) (University Programme for City Studies, at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico City.
Contact person: Director Dr Manuel Perló Cohen.
Department of Accounting and Finance, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
Contact person: Dr Jean Shaoul.
Institute of Geography, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico City.
Contact person: Dr Joel Carrillo Rivera.
School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Contact person: Dr Thomas P Curtis.
Department of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering, School of Engineering, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
Contact person: Prof. Léo Heller.
Ecological Economics Group, Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology, Faculty of Sciences, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain.
Contact person: Prof. Joan Martinez Allier.
Development Research Institute, University of Tilburg, Tilburg, The Netherlands.
Contact person: Dr. Roldan Muradian.
New Water Culture Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain.
Contact person: Dr. María Luisa Feijóo Bello.
Faculty of Economics and Business Studies, Universidad de Cantabria, Santander, Spain.
Contact person: Dr. Daniel Díaz Fuentes.
OXFAM Oxford, UK. Oxfam has long-standing expertise in water-related emergency and development aid in less developed countries.
Contact person: Public Health Advisor Eng. Tim Forster.
Last updated: June 2017