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Africa's Water and Sanitation Infrastructure : Access, Affordability, and Alternatives

ACCESS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER ACCESS TO SAFE WATER ACCESS TO SANITATION ACCESS TO WATER ACCESS TO WATER SUPPLY ADEQUATE SANITATION ADMINISTRATIVE CAPACITY AFFORDABILITY OF WATER AVAILABILITY OF WATER BLOCK TARIFF BLOCK TARIFF STRUCTURE BLOCK TARIFFS BOREHOLES BROAD RANGE BULK WATER CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CONCESSION CONTRACT CONNECTION COST CONSTRUCTION COST RECOVERY COVERING CUBIC METER CUBIC METERS DEMAND MANAGEMENT DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DOMESTIC TARIFFS DRINKING WATER DRINKING WATER COVERAGE FLUSH TOILET FLUSH TOILETS GLOBAL WATER SUPPLY HAND PUMPS HOUSE CONNECTION HOUSEHOLD CONNECTION HOUSEHOLD CONNECTIONS HOUSEHOLDS IRRIGATION LARGE CITIES LOW WATER METERING MINERALS NATIONAL WATER NATIONAL WATER COMPANY NATURAL RESOURCES NONREVENUE WATER OPEN DEFECATION OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE OPERATORS PERFORMANCE CONTRACT PERFORMANCE CONTRACTS PERFORMANCE DATA PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PIPED WATER PIT LATRINE PIT LATRINES PITS POPULATION DENSITY POPULATION GROWTH PRESSURE PRIVATE PARTICIPATION PROVISION OF WATER PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC STANDPOSTS PUBLIC TAP QUALITY OF SERVICE QUALITY OF WATER QUALITY OF WATER SUPPLY RAINWATER REGULATORY AGENCIES REGULATORY AGENCY REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS RESIDENTIAL CONSUMERS RURAL WATER RURAL WATER SUPPLY SAFE SANITATION SANITATION ACCESS SANITATION ASSESSMENT SANITATION AUTHORITY SANITATION COVERAGE SANITATION FACILITIES SANITATION INFRASTRUCTURE SANITATION MARKET SANITATION OPTIONS SANITATION PROGRAM SANITATION SECTOR SANITATION SERVICES SANITATION TARIFFS SANITATION TAX SANITATION UTILITIES SANITATION WATER SEPTIC TANK SEPTIC TANKS SERVICE CONTINUITY SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVIDER SERVICE PROVIDERS SERVICE PROVISION SERVICE QUALITY SEWAGE DISPOSAL SEWERAGE SEWERAGE AUTHORITY SEWERAGE COMPANY SEWERAGE NETWORK SEWERAGE SYSTEMS SOURCES OF WATER STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENT SUPPLY WATER SURFACE SOURCES SURFACE WATER TARIFF ADJUSTMENT TARIFF STRUCTURE TOILET FACILITIES URBAN AREAS URBAN HOUSEHOLDS URBAN RESIDENTS URBAN UTILITIES URBAN WATER URBAN WATER SECTOR URBAN WATER SUPPLY URBAN WATER UTILITIES URBANIZATION USER CHARGES USERS UTILITIES CORPORATION UTILITY EFFICIENCY VIP LATRINES WASTEWATER WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT WATER AVAILABILITY WATER BILLS WATER BOARD WATER COMPANY WATER CONNECTION WATER CONNECTIONS WATER CONSUMPTION WATER COVERAGE WATER DISTRIBUTION WATER INFRASTRUCTURE WATER LOSSES WATER MARKET WATER MARKETS WATER POINTS WATER PRODUCTION WATER QUALITY WATER SANITATION WATER SCARCITY WATER SECTOR WATER SERVICE WATER SERVICE PROVISION WATER SERVICES WATER SOURCE WATER SOURCES WATER STANDPOSTS WATER SUPPLY WATER TABLE WATER TANKERS WATER TARIFFS WATER UTILITIES WATER VENDORS WELLS
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World Bank
Africa | Africa
Foster, Vivien | Briceño-Garmendia, Cecilia
2012-03-19T09:03:02Z | 2012-03-19T09:03:02Z | 2011-03-09

The Africa Infrastructure Country Diagnostic (AICD) has produced continent-wide analysis of many aspects of Africa's infrastructure challenge. The main findings were synthesized in a flagship report titled Africa's Infrastructure: a time for transformation, published in November 2009. Meant for policy makers, that report necessarily focused on the high-level conclusions. It attracted widespread media coverage feeding directly into discussions at the 2009 African Union Commission Heads of State Summit on Infrastructure. Although the flagship report served a valuable role in highlighting the main findings of the project, it could not do full justice to the richness of the data collected and technical analysis undertaken. There was clearly a need to make this more detailed material available to a wider audience of infrastructure practitioners. Hence the idea of producing four technical monographs, such as this one, to provide detailed results on each of the major infrastructure sectors, information and communication technologies (ICT), power, transport, and water, as companions to the flagship report. These technical volumes are intended as reference books on each of the infrastructure sectors. They cover all aspects of the AICD project relevant to each sector, including sector performance, gaps in financing and efficiency, and estimates of the need for additional spending on investment, operations, and maintenance. Each volume also comes with a detailed data appendix, providing easy access to all the relevant infrastructure indicators at the country level, which is a resource in and of itself.

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