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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53574
Doc. No:TL23528
Call number:‭3206684‬
Main Entry:Isaac N. Onyema
Title & Author:Assessing the impact of World Bank -funded water projects in selected rural communities of Nigeria: A survey analysis of resident perspectivesIsaac N. Onyema
College:Capella University
Date:2006
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2006
Page No:117
Abstract:Lack of quality drinking water has been identified as a major health and economic problem in many developing countries for more than two decades. This problem particularly affects the rural communities of these developing countries. To confront this, the World Bank has attempted to promote quality drinking water projects by funding borehole water systems through its poverty reduction program. However, despite the World Bank's aggressive investment, only a few countries have actually been able to sustain World Bank strategic water reforms thus far. This research will look deeper into this problem, exploring whether the overall World Bank water resources management strategy has benefited people in rural areas, while assessing the economic and health contributions of quality drinking water projects amongst developing countries.
Subject:Social sciences; Nigeria; Rural communities; Water projects; World Bank-funded; Management; Urban planning; Area planning & development; Welfare; 0999:Urban planning; 0999:Area planning & development; 0630:Welfare; 0454:Management
Added Entry:J. Poindexter
Added Entry:Capella University