Call for papersFormal and informal providers operating in ‘the market’ constitute a vital means through which communities obtain the goods and services that they need. This applies in relation to water, sanitation and hygiene as much as to other essential commodities. It also applies as much to public service providers as it does to private providers, with both reliant on private sector actors and supply chains to fulfil their functions. In many instances, service providers and market traders supplying goods to communities already struggle to deal with the everyday operational problems of doing business. So, when a crisis occurs, they are often poorly prepared to cope, supply chains are disrupted or broken altogether and those who rely on the supplies chain area affected.
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