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Our study consists of analysing the management of water at the point of use in Kigali City.
Its aim is to contribute to the reduction of water-borne diseases in the city, especially in ten villages around the Rwampara marsh.
This is a quantitative cross-sectional study with descriptive design.
Considering that 7% of the surveyed households do not treat water before drinking it, and that the laboratory analyses of the water from Rwampara swamp show a very high degree of faecal pollution and turbidity, any consumption of this water without prior disinfection and filtration is a major public health problem.
The author of this book is a holder of a Diploma in Bio-Chemistry awarded at the ISP of Wembo-Nyama, a bachelor’s degree in Biology conferred on him by ISP of Bukavu and a Master degree in Public Health bestowed upon him by the National University of Rwanda.
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