than as main service provider has echoes in the market development approach, as does the importance of enabling small service providers to enter the formal market, and provide a service more responsive
to the poor and with greater outreach than public sector provision. This article includes some lessons from urban service provision by small enterprises and presents the challenges that remain to be solved.
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