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Over 15% of the population of Anambra and Imo States live in rural communities and this is projected to remain so until the end of the century. Most of these rural communities do not have modern water facilities. They depend on traditional sources that are generally of questionable quality, insufficient quantity and often liable to seasonal failures. Waterborne diseases, sometimes in an acute form, are therefore endemic in many of the rural areas. In order to solve this problem, a reliable anddoi:10.1080/02508068808691986 fatcat:ptnbzr3arreyxo34xlyxr5nm3i