Challenges for water sustainability in Africa

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Jones, J.A.A., van der Walt, I.J. Challenges for water sustainability in Africa. GeoJournal 61, 105–109 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10708-004-2860-y

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Keywords

  • Water Resource
  • Safe Water
  • Water Resource Development
  • West African Monsoon
  • Southern African Development Community