Bibliography

Over the course of this work, BPD and WaterAid have read and re-read an extremely wide and wide-ranging set of materials that helped to influence our thinking and move us forward. Many of these will be listed on the website. For the purposes of drafting this particular document, the following sources have been directly quoted or used.

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