Moraes Carvalho, D., M. Ossewaarde and T. Yue
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Rotterdam School of Management
It was 1 May 2020. The Covid-19 pandemic had reached South America. Brazil had the most cases and deaths of all countries on the continent.1 Its northeastern state Ceará was hit the hardest, with 16,529 confirmed cases and 1,102 deaths from the disease. 2 Washing hands frequently and thoroughly was the most important preventative measure against Covid-19. But in Ceará there was a shortage of water, and so even this simple measure posed a challenge for some people there, especially in rural areas. Lack of sufficient clean water had also brought extra pressure to hospitals, which could not operate properly without it. The Ceará state water company CAGECE was working day and night to combat the issue.
Moraes Carvalho, D., M. Ossewaarde and T. Yue (2020) SISAR Model for Brazil Rural Water Supply. , Rotterdam School of Management , Erasmus University , Rotterdam, Netherlands
SISAR Model for Brazil Rural Water Supply
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