Year of Publishing
University of Oxford
Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, Water Programme
Institutional transformations are required if Africa is to deliver the universal Human Right to Water to 275 million rural people without improved water services. Improving the reliability of one million handpumps which should deliver drinking water to over 200 million rural Africans will be a major contribution to translating water rights into measureable results. This study tests a new maintenance service model over a one year period in rural Kenya using mobile-enabled data to improve operational and financial performance by reducing risks at scale.
Oxford/RFL (2014) From Rights to Results in Rural Water Services. Evidence from Kyuso, Kenya , Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, Water Programme , University of Oxford , UK
From Rights to Results in Rural Water Services
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