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Area-based community health services and sanitation/community self-help water supply

plan of operation, July 1988-June 1993, plan of action, July 1988-Dec. 1989

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        StatementThe Ministry
        PublishersThe Ministry
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        LC Classifications1988
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        Paginationxvi, 61 p. :
        Number of Pages67
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Perceived benefits were measured with seven questions about aspects of benefit, e. Rural and urban settlements offer different challenges regarding planning and the implementation of improved urban services.

Recent literature also notes that there is a mismatch between good practice as described in theory and planning guidance and its implementation on the ground McConville, 2010.

Community

Services to the Urban Poor• A list of the primary stakeholder interviewees from the three sites is provided in annex 2. Training, curriculum samples - General• This needs to be addressed early on by community-based approaches such as HCES.

In situations not unlike from those found in historical accounts, inhabitants in many urban areas suffer from ill health, lost income, inconvenience and indignity due to the lack of access to a proper toilet. It holds out the prospect of change but draws back from prescribing it because change cannot be prescribed under communicative planning ibid: 221.

This includes assistance in the form of grants, concessional loans and debt relief. Cities in Asia and Africa were growing and changing faster than the European cities did even at the height of the industrial revolution.

Indeed, the past decades have seen a withdrawal of official development assistance from urban land tenure reform and formal land titling programmes, realising that de-facto tenure security can also be achieved with semiformal arrangements that avoid overly bureaucratic legalisation procedures Milbert, 1999; Durand-Lasserve and Royston, 2002.