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Disparities Exist in Citizen's Perceptions of Service Delivery by Local Government Authorities in Tanzania

"This brief compares Tanzanian citizens' perceptions of service delivery by local government authorities between 2003 and 2006; summarising their perceptions of the overall quality of local services, as well as their satisfaction with services in th…

Climate, Land, Energy and Water Strategies in the City of Cape Town

The climate change, land-use, energy and water strategies (CLEWS) framework was adopted in this study to look at the energy implications of expanding the City of Cape Town’s current water supply to meet future water demand, using a range of demand s…

The Costs and Benefits of Interventions to improve Water Service Reliability in Blantyre Malawi

Blantyre has insufficient water to meet demand. The average daily demand of 140 million litres per day vastly outpaces the Blantyre Water Board’s (BWB) maximum supply of 122 million litres per day. Taking into account 40% water losses prior to consu…

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