Our final paper related to multiple-use water services (MUS) in Senegal was recently published in Water Alternatives. This paper completes our trilogy of papers in which we  explore the extent of piped-water-based productive activity occurring in Senegal and how this relates to system performance,  study the role of productive water use in women’s livelihoods, and  undertake an incremental income-cost (I-C) analysis of whether the theoretical financial benefits to households from additional piped-water-based productive activities would be greater than the estimated system upgrade costs.
The MUS-Senegal Trilogy3 10 2015
- Date : October 3, 2015
- Tags: I-C Analysis, MUS, productive, Senegal, water, Water Alternatives
- Categories : Research Related