Accelerating Self Supply - A Case Study from Ethiopia RWSN Field Note 2010-2
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With 40 million or more rural people without access to safe wa-ter, Ethiopia is faced with a major challenge to reach the Universal Access Plan targets (98% coverage by 2012) or even the MDG target (52% coverage by 2015). At the same time there have already been mass campaigns to encourage household investment in rainwater harvesting for irrigation and well-digging. As a result, the government is keen to adopt the con-cepts of low-cost solutions and Self Supply and is exploring the best ways to do so.
SUTTON, S. (2010) Accelerating Self Supply - A Case Study from Ethiopia. RWSN Field Note 2010-2 , 1 , RWSN , St Gallen, Switzerland
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