In an African Slum, Clean Drinking Water Gets Low Priority
The Huffington Post, May 2010
Joseph Treaster makes some interesting observations from his recent trip to Kenya. "Governments in many developing countries pay very little attention to clean drinking water and toilets and I could see from conversations in Kibera that there is little or no demand for improvement from many people living with iffy-water and unspeakable sanitary conditions." The need to reprioritize extends beyond donor governments and includes governments of developing countries.