Project maintenance: the case of rural drinking-waterin Malawi

@inproceedings{Chisenga2014ProjectMT,
  title={Project maintenance: the case of rural drinking-waterin Malawi},
  author={Beatrice Chisenga},
  year={2014}
}
There is an investment of hand-pump technology to improve provision of safe drinking-water for the stakeholder end-users in rural sub-Saharan regions of Africa, yet there are challenges to maintain the assets. In rural drinking-water projects, end-users also assume the responsibility of hand-pump maintenance after projects are handed over to them by project sponsors. This study uses a realist philosophy to analyse the issues that hinder or facilitate effective end-user participation in a… CONTINUE READING

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