NDAW, M. F.
Year of Publishing
The World Bank
Water & Sanitation Program
This knowledge product is a summary of ndings from the Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) Study “Unlocking the Potential of ICT Services in the Water and Sanitation Sector”. e study builds on and complements the World Bank’s Africa Regional Strategy (2011) as well as the World Bank Group’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Strategy (2012). It further complements the E-Transform Africa series, a collaboration between the African Development Bank, the World Bank and the African Union, which captures the existing use of ICTs in six sectors (agriculture, climate change, education, health, nancial services, government) and two cross-cutting themes (regional trade and integration; ICT competitiveness).
NDAW, M. F. (2015) Unlocking the Potential of Information Communications Technology to Improve Water and Sanitation Services. WSP Report , Water & Sanitation Program , The World Bank , BP 622 Ouagadougou 01 Burkina Faso
Unlocking the Potential of Information Communications Technology to Improve Water and Sanitation Services
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