Water management in Latin America and The Caribbean


The aim of this research was to identify the inequities that existed in the sustainable accessibility of drinking water considering the expenditure of water in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). The finding of the research is that there is a direct association between the accessibility of drinking water with (total and per capita household expenditures), the income of the household, location of the water plant, and economic state of the household. The conclusion is that green economy in LAC will be effectual with increased efficiency in socioeconomic, political, and environmental progress towards sustainable development.


Key words: water management, Latin America and the Caribbean, sustainability, service delivery, water supply, household.