Agua, salud y análisis costo/beneficio social
[Water, health and social cost/benefit analysis]
AbstractIn this paper, it is shown the relationship between coverage in water and sanitation, and hydric disease’s incidence. There are synthesized the situations of the more affected regions and there are presented the Millennium Development Goals on the subject. Briefly, there are summarized the social cost/benefit analysis applicable to public projects, and it is studied the particular case of its application to the Millennium Development Goals in water and sanitation.
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Date of creation: Aug 2009
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water; health; Millennium Development Goals;
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