Trends in household coverage of modern infrastructure services in Africa
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- Amadou Bassirou Diallo & Sudeshna Banerjee & Vivien Foster & Quentin Wodon, 2009. "Trends in Household Coverage of Modern Infrastructure Services in Africa," Post-Print hal-00405387, HAL.
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KeywordsTown Water Supply and Sanitation; Population Policies; Urban Water Supply and Sanitation; Urban Slums Upgrading; Urban Services to the Poor;
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