Water law, water rights and water supply (Africa): Tanzania - study country report

Abstract

Project R7327 aimed to identify (and promote awareness and understanding of) the constraints and enabling conditions provided by the existing water laws (statutory and customary) with regard to the poor receiving or having access to, or being entitled to, safe and reliable water supply and sanitation facilities. This country report for Tanzania deals with the nature and status of: - the statutory legal framework for water and sanitation - customary water rights - water supply and sanitation provision in rural and urban areas and the impact of water law and water rights on water supply and sanitation provision/access for the poor.

Citation

Cranfield University at Silsoe, UK, 31 pp.

Water law, water rights and water supply (Africa): Tanzania - study country report

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