Water quality awareness and barriers to safe water provisioningin informal communities: A case study from Ndola, Zambia

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Local water providers in developing nations typically view shallow hand-dug wells as traditional and backward sources of water supply. It has long been assumed that the urban poor do not have the ability to develop these in a way that allows them to be classified as ‘improved’ in terms of the Millennium Development Goal for water, believing that users do… (More)

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@inproceedings{liddle2014WaterQA, title={Water quality awareness and barriers to safe water provisioningin informal communities: A case study from Ndola, Zambia}, author={elisabeth S. liddle and Elisabeth S. Liddle and Sarah M. Mager and Etienne de la Rey Nel}, year={2014} }