Tag Archive: Community Water Schemes

Community Management of potable water projects – Challenges for Sustainability: A case study of hand-dug wells in Shuwa and Potiskum Districts in North East Nigeria.

The 2006 Human Development Report looks at water as an issue that profoundly influences human potential and progress towards the Millennium Development Goals (MDG). The report acknowledges that there is more than enough water in the world for domestic purposes, for agriculture and for industry. Despite the abundance of water in the world today, its …

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Sustainability Challenges of Community Managed Rural Water Supply Schemes in the Central Rift Valley: A Case Study of Dugda Woreda, East Shoa Zone of Oromia Region, Ethiopia

The sustainability of community managed rural water supply schemes is a key factor in meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of ensuring environmental sustainability, improving health and eradicating extreme poverty for the overwhelming rural majority living in the developing world, including Ethiopia. However, the extensive assessment of the literature and empirical studies revealed that the …

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