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Title: Designing for development : what is appropriate technology for rural water and sanitation
Authors: Henry, D.
Keywords: OBSTACLES TO DEVELOPMENT
APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY
RURAL AREAS
WATER SUPPLY
IDRC
PROJECT SELECTION
PROJECT DESIGN
FIELD ACTIVITY
ATTITUDES
FINANCING
Issue Date: 1977
Abstract: Paper on the major obstacles to, and the need for, the development and introduction of appropriate technologies in the field of rural water supply. Describes IDRC's philosophy guiding project selection and design; assesses weaknesses of planning and field activity due to institutional attitudes towards administration and financing of projects, and the lack of collaboration among decision-makers, researchers, and rural populations.
Description: Paper originally presented to a meeting of the Scandinavian Institute for African Studies, October, 1977
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/18043
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Appears in Collections:IDRC Research Results / Résultats de recherches du CRDI
1970s / Années 1970

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