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Willingness to Pay to Prevent Water and Sanitation-Related Diseases Suffered by Slum Dwellers and Beneficiary Households: Evidence from Chittagong, Bangladesh

@inproceedings{Nobi2021WillingnessTP,
  title={Willingness to Pay to Prevent Water and Sanitation-Related Diseases Suffered by Slum Dwellers and Beneficiary Households: Evidence from Chittagong, Bangladesh},
  author={M. Nur Nobi},
  year={2021}
}
A majority portion of the slum people is involved in service sectors. The city dwellers are somehow dependent on the services of those people. Pure drinking water and hygiene is a significant concern in the slums. Because of the lack of these two items, the slum people are getting sick, which causes the interruption to their services. In addition, they can transmit the diseases they suffer from to the service receiver. With these aims, this study endeavors to explore the willingness to pay of… 

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