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Pro-poor strategies in urban water provisioning: what Kenyan water utilities do and why they do it
Group: IHE Delft, Water Governance
Promotor: Prof. dr. M.Z. Zwarteveen
Co-promotor: dr. K. H. Schwartz
Water utilities are the main instrument for countries to achieve universal service coverage. In pursuing universal service coverage, water utilities have turned to ‘pro-poor water services’ to extend water services in low-income areas. This thesis discusses the use of pro-poor water services by water utilities in Kenya with the intention of highlighting the dimensions of the approach that require attention of policy makers and practitioners when engaging with pro-poor services. The main conclusions made from this research are:
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