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Nov 09, 2006


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Ryan O

"For all the passion of their utopian defenders, the poor know better than to count on help from their own governments or even on foreign donors for water."
On the otherside of Lake Victoria (Entebbe Uganda) i find this to be true as well. However, the larger the "institution" it seems the more likely the abuse of power. Water from the "private sector" is not always clean, despite its promise. and having seen several water projects set up in remote vilages by NGO's I have been very impressed, both with the training provided to local personell and the sustainability of the project. The best result is the fact that now there are local folks who have received the training to replicate these projects if donors or the private sector decided to invest...
To my mind this is the best side of forieghn aid and development.

Michael W. Kruse

Very Cool, Ryan. Is there any NGO in particular that you can highlight doing work in your area?

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