Environmental health practices, constraints and possible interventions in peri-urban settlements in developing countries--a review of Kampala, Uganda.

@article{Kulabako2010EnvironmentalHP,
  title={Environmental health practices, constraints and possible interventions in peri-urban settlements in developing countries--a review of Kampala, Uganda.},
  author={Robinah Nakawunde Kulabako and Maimuna Nalubega and Eleanor Wozei and Roger Thunvik},
  journal={International journal of environmental health research},
  year={2010},
  volume={20 4},
  pages={231-57}
}
Like most cities in developing countries, Uganda's capital city, Kampala, is experiencing urbanisation leading to an increase in population, and rapid development of peri-urban (informal) settlements. More than 60% of the city's population resides in these settlements which have the lowest basic service levels (sanitation, water supply, solid waste collection, stormwater and greywater disposal). A review of earlier studies on infrastructure development and sustainability within Kampala's peri… CONTINUE READING

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