Biswas, Asit K.
September 1981
Foreign Affairs;Fall1981, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p148
Discusses the problem of lack of access to clean water in developing countries. Survey findings on the percentage of urban and rural communities that have access to clean water; Impact of water availability and water-usage education on health promotion programs; Prospects for improving access to clean water in developing countries.


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