Sanitation services in Brazil have long been under scrutiny. Working solutions to the problem plaguing sanitation in the country have been few and far between. The citizens of Brazil have begun to lose faith and they deserve better.
Recently though the country has received a glimmer of hope. The Brazilian government has decided to take strong action regarding the issue. It announced that it has joined forces with BNDES (National Bank for Economic and Social Development). Why is this so important? The government will generate concessions via its partnership with BNDES.
The partnership looks promising at the least. Though many residents are rightfully skeptical because of the governments many past failures to address the sanitation issue. However, the water sector is very hopeful for the initiative.
Trata Brazil President Edison Carlos has also received the initiative positively. In a recent interview he pointed out a few key features of the initiative that have the potential to improve the country’s sanitation situation in aspects concerning management, structural and resource areas. He believes if the public and private initiatives work in a complementary way instead of totally separate they can decrease the level of waste.
The initiative wants to employ customized action plans that concur with resident reports about the state of the locations they reside in.
About Felipe Montoro Jens
he recently lended some of his expertise in infrastructure to the Brazilian government following their partnership with BNDES. He expertly pointed out the correlation between Brazilian states high waste levels and their economic wealth. He knows this issue is a serious one that needs to be resolved asap. Therefore, he understands how important the partnership is between both organizations. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923