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Although greater funding is being channelled to the water sector, new approaches are needed if international targets for safe water supply are to be met in rural areas. Supported self-supply is one such approach. By focussing on building a supporting environment, supported self-supply builds on local initiatives, seeking to encourage and improve them. A pilot project was initiated in 2006 in Uganda to explore the potential of such an approach.
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ALFORD, D. (2007) Impact and Potential of Self Supply in Amuria District, Uganda. MSc Thesis Academic Year 2006/7 , Cranfield University , Bedfordshire, UK
Impact and Potential of Self Supply in Amuria District, Uganda
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