Making Gains in Rwanda: It Will Take New Business Models, not Small Donations, to Provide Meaningful Development
Water -- Health aspects -- Developing countries, Water resources development -- Environmental aspects -- Africa
Nearly a billion people in the world drink dirty water. Two billion don't have a sanitary toilet. Three billion use campfires every day. Governments and charities spend billions of dollars every year to address these problems. And there are big successes in some places, but more innovation is needed.
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Thomas, E. (2015, March). Making Gains in Rwanda: It Will Take New Business Models, Not Small Donations, to Provide Meaningful Development. Mechanical Engineering-CIME, 137(3), 16.
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