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date: 29 May 2020

Water Use and Rights (Africa)  

Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability
J. Manyitabot TAKANGJ. Manyitabot TAKANG

Water is a fundamental ingredient for poverty alleviation and sustainable socioeconomic development in Africa. Low availability and access to this life-sustaining resource have important implications for its development and use. As population growth, rapid urbanization, and industrialization lead to an even greater demand for water, unambiguous water rights will determine the course of future water development and use across the continent. ...

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