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Uganda is a country in the humid tropics, with a climate favourable for the utilisation of rainwater harvesting as a significant source of water for domestic purposes. In the last decade rainwater harvesting has seen increased exposure as a promising solution for increasing safe water coverage in the country, although its widespread implementation is hindered by high per capita costs compared to more conventional, communal water supply schemes. It is also noted that rainwater projects are more expensive in Uganda than other countries.
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CRUDDAS, P. (2007) An investigation into the potential to reduce the cost of constructed rainwater harvesting tanks in Uganda. MSc Thesis Academic Year 2006/7 , Cranfield University , Bedfordshire, UK
An investigation into the potential to reduce the cost of constructed rainwater harvesting tanks in Uganda
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