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Towards the Ethiopian goal of universal access to rural water : understanding the potential contribution of self supply

The role of government in accepting and accelerating household investment in water supply should be clarified further. Government’s role in community water supply development and maintenance is well-established. However, to promote and support small scale private investment in water to improve service and increase coverage requires different roles and strategies at all levels of public service. [authors abstract]

TitleTowards the Ethiopian goal of universal access to rural water : understanding the potential contribution of self supply
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsSutton, S., Mamo, E., Butterworth, J., Dimtse, D.
Secondary TitleRiPPLE Working Paper 23
Volume23
Pagination74 p.; ill.; tab.; fig.
Date Published2011-06-01
PublisherRiPPLE, Research-inspired Policy and Practice Learning in Ethiopia and the Nile region
Place PublishedAddis Ababa, Ethiopia
Keywordsethiopia, self supply, small-scale activities, water supply
Abstract

The role of government in accepting and accelerating household investment in water supply should be clarified further. Government’s role in community water supply development and maintenance is well-established. However, to promote and support small scale private investment in water to improve service and increase coverage requires different roles and strategies at all levels of public service. [authors abstract]

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