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The research aimed to provide further understanding of stakeholders’ perceptions of self supply in the Ugandan rural water supply sector. Self supply refers to the self-financed initiation or incremental improvement of a water source by an individual or group of individuals without (or with little) support from government or an NGO. The objectives of the study was: (1) to identify and classify the perceptions from key stakeholders from 5 districts and 5 sub-counties; (2) clarify the definition of, barriers to, opportunities for and uptake of the Self Supply concept; and (3) provide recommendations to specific
stakeholder groups for introducing self supply support in Uganda. This was achieved through stakeholder semi-structured interviews and observations.
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MILLS, O. (2006) Stakeholder Perceptions of Self Supply in the Ugandan Rural Water Supply Sector. MSc Thesis Academic Year 2005/6 , Cranfield University , Bedfordshire, UK
Stakeholder Perceptions of Self Supply in the Ugandan Rural Water Supply Sector
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