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Title: Water infrastructure for human and economic development
Authors: Wall, K
Keywords: South African water challenges
Water infrastructure
South African sanitation challenges
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: CSIR
Citation: Wall, K. 2010. Water infrastructure for human and economic development. A CSIR Perspective on Water in South Africa in 2010, pp 41-45
Series/Report no.: Workflow;8325
Abstract: "Water problems in South Africa are symptomatic of an emerging gap between national policies and implementation of such policies. For instance, recently the reliability and quality of water supply by municipalities has been receiving attention, with some experts warning that South Africa has serious challenges. Some of these challenges include a lack of qualified staff and insufficient investments in water infrastructure for both capital and maintenance. The drive to achieve universal access for water and sanitation is compounding the challenge” (Financial and Fiscal Commission, 2009).
Description: Copyright: CSIR 2010
URI: http://www.csir.co.za/nre/docs/CSIR%20Perspective%20on%20Water_2010.PDF
ISBN: 978-0-7988-5595-2
Appears in Collections:Water resources and human health
Infrastructure systems and operations
General science, engineering & technology

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