WORKNEH, P. S., DEVERILL, P. A. and A. G. WOLDESELASSIE
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WEDC - Water, Engineering and Development Centre
Ethiopia has launched a Universal Access Plan (UAP) to achieve safe water supply and sanitation for the country’s 77 million people by 2012. This would mean providing safe water service to 50.9 million new users in just 7 years. The government recently reviewed the progress of UAP and concluded that it would be challenging to achieve its targets with the existing implementation approach. The review strongly recommended that low-cost options need to be pursued to accelerate progress.
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WORKNEH, P. S., DEVERILL, P. A. and A. G. WOLDESELASSIE (2009) Developing low-cost household water supply options: the potential of Self Supply in Ethiopia. 34th WEDC International Conference, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 2009 , WEDC - Water, Engineering and Development Centre , Loughborough, UK
Developing low-cost household water supply options: the potential of Self Supply in Ethiopia
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