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Between rural and urban: towards sustainable management of water supply systems in small towns in Africa

Small towns and their water supply need are described. Experiences in small towns and the challenge of providing sustainable services are written down. Including technical aspects of water supply systems, management arrangements, private sector participation and institutional development, hygiene education and sanitation planning. Four case studies are presented: Tanzania, Sudan and Ghana, Senegal, Benin.

TitleBetween rural and urban: towards sustainable management of water supply systems in small towns in Africa
Publication TypeWorking Paper
Year of Publication2002
AuthorsMoriarty, P.B., Patricot, T., Bastemeijer, T.F., Smet, J.E.M., Voorden, C. van der
Secondary TitleWorking paper / IRC
Paginationvi, 32 p. : 3 boxes, 2 tab.
Date Published2002-01-01
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedDelft, The Netherlands
Keywordsgovernment organizations, institutional framework, local level, sdiurb, small towns, water supply
Abstract

Small towns and their water supply need are described. Experiences in small towns and the challenge of providing sustainable services are written down. Including technical aspects of water supply systems, management arrangements, private sector participation and institutional development, hygiene education and sanitation planning. Four case studies are presented: Tanzania, Sudan and Ghana, Senegal, Benin.

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