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With this study Welthungerhilfe intends to gain knowledge of technologically, socially, economically and culturally determined reasons affecting the success or failure of water supply structures in Kenya - one of Welthungerhilfe’s largest WASH-programme countries. 100 Welthungerhilfe water supply systems2, most between 4-5 years of age, were analysed between February and April 2011, at the end of the dry season, a time when people in the rural areas are most dependent on a reliable water supply.
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BEHRENS-SHAH, P. (2011) Sustainability of Water Supply Systems in Kenya. Ex Post Assessments of 100 water supply systems constructed/rehabilitated by Welthungerhilfe between 2006-2009 , Welthungerhilfe , Berlin, Germany
Sustainability of Water Supply Systems in Kenya
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