Water Supplies in Developing Countries: the West Africa Water Initiative as an Example
Apambire, W. Braimah
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Apambire will provide an overview of global water and health. There is an unmet basic human need for access to an improved water supply and sanitation. He will outline the common water-related diseases. He will describe how water, sanitation, and hygiene will provide health and social benefits. Next, he will present an overview of the West Africa Water Initiative (WAWI), including the goals and objectives of the program, and outlook for the future.
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