African water network

March 1991
Earth Island Journal;Spring91, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p13
Identifies the major reason for the failure of the United Nations' 1990 International Water Decade program to reach national targets for water and sanitation efforts in African nations. Neglect of rural areas in favor of cities.


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