Equality and Social Inclusion in Latin America: Universal Access to Water and Sanitation
Ocampo, José Antonio
The second publication in CAF's series entitled Reflections on Social and Environmental Policies, is dedicated to the water supply and sanitation sector in Latin America. The goal of this publication is to promote a broad discussion of public policies on equality and social inclusion that can address deficiencies in drinking water and sanitation services.
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