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State Of Water Storage In African Cities: Assessing Constraints To Urban-water Harvesting In Sub-saharan Africa
Africa continent is a host to fastest growing cities in the world expedited by rural-urban migration, improved developmental infrastructure, entrepreneurship opportunities, and better communication networks. However, with this amplified growth of cities in Africa, the state of water storage and harvesting has been compelled. The existing water storage, harvesting, and management systems cannot keep up with this urbanization growth demand. In this paper, we use a theoretical approach to review available scholarly works and secondary data. Our guiding objectives for the study were: evaluate academic findings on the state of water storage and harvesting in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA)
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