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World Health Organization : Regional Office for the Western Pacific, Bureau Regional du Pacifique Occidental ; Year 1993, Pip, No. 77.1: Historical Perspective and Evaluation of the Water Supply

By J. Warford, Dr.

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Title: World Health Organization : Regional Office for the Western Pacific, Bureau Regional du Pacifique Occidental ; Year 1993, Pip, No. 77.1: Historical Perspective and Evaluation of the Water Supply  
Author: J. Warford, Dr.
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
Collections: Medical Library Collection, World Health Collection
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Dr, J. W. (n.d.). World Health Organization : Regional Office for the Western Pacific, Bureau Regional du Pacifique Occidental ; Year 1993, Pip, No. 77.1. Retrieved from http://cn.ebooklibrary.org/


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Medical Reference Publication

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I. Introduction While expressing rcscrvations about the qi1nli1.yo f Global data on acce:;s to water supply andsanitation facilities, this paper outlines the present service situation and the progress that has been made in the last f& years in the fourteen selected countries.&/ It then goes on to present 80me rough estimates of recent multilateral and bilateral assistance, and @ Of local investments in the sector, Sector planninc isheavily dependent uwn the general economic and social philosophies prevailing at the time. The recent emphasis on satisfnction of basic needs as a development objective is therefore described, in light of the implications for the water supply snd sanitation sector. The expected sectoral growth that is likely to result needs to be matched by a considerable improvement in sector planning and organiztttion. The lessons drawn from the WHO/World Bank Cooperative Programme in conducting sector studies are therefore increasingly relevant: some of the more important of them are briefly described.

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