Village water supply in the decade: lessons from field experience
J. Wiley, 22 nov. 1983 - 152 pagina's
Describes, by first-hand account, the Malawi gravity water system and the components applicable for other rural countries in their own self-help water development programs. Discusses two fundamental prerequisites necessary for success in these programs: that they be given adequate time to grow from pilot to full-scale schemes; and that they must be village-based from the beginning-- through construction-- to long-term operation and maintenance.
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