An Analysis of water resource institutions and their efficiency in water pollution prevention: the case of Nairobi water
Tuiyot, Barbara Chemutai
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The starting point of this research the extent of water pollution problem in Nairobi River. Poor water governance has been found to be among the major contributors of water pollution and this paper explores the institutions governing water resources (an element of water governance) with the aim of the adequacy of the current institutional frameworks in controlling water pollution.
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