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Small Water Enterprises in Africa 2: Kenya A Study of Small Water Enterprises in Nairobi

Series: Small Water Enterprises Volume: 2
By: Isaack Oenga and David Kuria
97 pages, Figs, tabs
Small Water Enterprises in Africa 2: Kenya
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This book is one of a series of outputs from a project designed to identify and test out ways of improving the water services delivered to the urban poor through Small Water Enterprises (SWEs). This will prove an invaluable resource for water utility managers and policymakers.

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Series: Small Water Enterprises Volume: 2
By: Isaack Oenga and David Kuria
97 pages, Figs, tabs
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