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Water and Sanitation Program (WSP)
This study was commissioned to follow up on a previous study called RITS conducted a few years ago. It examines what has happened since that research concluded in 2002, including social surveys and water quality analysis and put forward recommendations on a way forward in relation to “self supply”. Self supply is the term put to water sources that are provided at the initiative of householders and owned by that householder but shared as a social good with a small number of neighbouring households.
ROCHE, N. (2006) Study of the Potential of Self Supply for Rural Drinking Water Provision in Zambia. , Water and Sanitation Program (WSP)
Study of the Potential of Self Supply for Rural Drinking Water Provision in Zambia
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