Market-based programming in emergencies which uses, supports or develops local market systems is increasingly used by humanitarian agencies to meet the needs of crisis-affected communities. This briefing in the WASH and Markets in Crisis series describes different types of WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) market-based programming used in pre-crisis, emergency or post-crisis contexts, giving examples from Oxfam’s experiences in Bangladesh, Indonesia and Zimbabwe.
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