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Water Resource Management in Developing Countries: with bias towards Water Reclamation and Reuse
Access to safe water and sanitation is critical for poverty reduction and cost effective way of improving public health. However in many parts of Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) and particularly rural areas, access to safe drinking water remains a daily challenge despite some times the physical availability of the resource and reported substantial financial commitment in the sector in the past few decades by various stakeholders. SSA in general and Nigeria in particular still have one of the highest proportions of population without access to improved water and adequate sanitation in the world.
This study seeks to analyse the key issues affecting water resources management and access to improved drinking water in Nigeria. In addition, identify critical issues ranging from political, economic, social, technological, environmental and legal issues to sustainable water resource management in developing countries with Nigeria as a case study. In addition, the study will seek to propose a new approach and analytical framework and explore the prospects and challenges of water reclamation and reuse options in Nigeria.
Water Scarcity and Health in Arid Regions: A comparative Study of Nigeria and Spain, International Journal of Sustainability
8th International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Canada