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Attacking Poverty - Page 321
2000 - 335 pages
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Foreign Assistance and Related Programs Appropriations for 1987 ..., Volume 1

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Foreign Operations and Related Agencies (1981-1987), United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Foreign Operations and Related Programs - 1986
...house. In rural areas, reasonable access would imply that the housewife or members of the household do not have to spend a disproportionate part of the day fetching the family's water. TOTAL SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AS X OF POPULATION IN AGE GROUP is taken from the IBRD,...
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Foreign operations, export financing, and related programs ..., Part 1

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs - 1988
...house. In rural areas, reasonable access would imply that the housewife or members of the household do not have to spend a disproportionate part of the day fetching the family's water. EDUCATION AND LITERACY TOTAL SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AS % OF POPULATION IN AGE GROUP...
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World Development Report 1996: From Plan to Market

1996 - 241 pages
...standpost located not more than 200 meters away. In rural areas it implies that members of the household do not have to spend a disproportionate part of the day fetching water. The definition of safe water has changed over time. Access to sanitation refers to the percentage of...
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World Development Report 1997: The State in a Changing World

1997 - 265 pages
...located not more than 200 meters away. In rural areas access implies that members of the household do not have to spend a disproportionate part of the day fetching water. The definition of safe water has changed over time. Access to sanitation refers to the percentage of...
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Knowledge for Development

1998 - 251 pages
...safe water is the percentage of the population with reasonable access to an adequate amount of safe water (including treated surface water and untreated...of the day fetching water. An "adequate" amount of safe water is that needed to satisfy metabolic, hygienic, and domestic requirements: usually about...
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Entering the 21st Century: World Development Report, 1999/2000

Shahid Yusuf - 1999 - 300 pages
...safe water is the percentage of the population with reasonable access to an adequate amount of safe water (including treated surface water and untreated...of the day fetching water. An "adequate" amount of safe water is that needed to satisfy metabolic, hygienic, and domestic requirements, usually about...
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Health Expenditures, Services, and Outcomes in Africa: Basic ..., Volume 434

1999 - 55 pages
...located not more than 200 meters away. In rural areas, access implies that members of the household do not have to spend a disproportionate part of the day fetching water. Source: The World Bank African Regional Database, World Development Indicators 1997, and supplemented...
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Charting the Progress of Populations, Issue 151

2000 - 95 pages
...standpost may he considered reasonahle access. In rural areas, reasonahle access implies that a person does not have to spend a disproportionate part of the day fetching water for the family's needs; (hl Adequate amouat of water, 20 litres of safe water per person per day; (c)...
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African Development Indicators 2001

World Bank - 2001 - 366 pages
...standpost located not more than 200 meters away. ln rural areas, it implies that members of the household do not have to spend a disproportionate part of the day fetching water. Data are presented separately for total, urban and rural population (WHO data). Table 13-11. Health...
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Indicators of Sustainable Development: Guidelines and Methodologies

United Nations. Dept. of Economic and Social Affairs - 2001 - 320 pages
...point source may be considered reasonable access. In rural areas, reasonable access implies that people do not have to spend a disproportionate part of the day fetching water for the family's needs. iii) Minimum amount of water: The amount of water needed to satisfy metabolic,...
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