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Monday, November 28, 2011

Female economists petition LDCs on water predicament

A total of 34 female international economists have petitioned Least Developing Countries (LDCs) and some eleven donor organization over the concerns on water and sanitary predicament.

NaijaAgroNet investigations revealed that an open letter was recently detailed to the leaders of eleven donor and developing country governments in order to draw their attention to the international water and sanitary crisis.

Confirming this development, the Chief Executive, WaterAid International, Ms. Barbara Frost said that governments of both donor and developing nations have it in their capacity to save children’s in their hundreds of thousands yearly by increasing what they spend on water and sanitation support.

“Investments in these basic services are engines of economic growth and prosperity in developing countries, but unless we grasp this opportunity we will be failing the millions of poor people whose health, livelihoods and opportunities suffer because they lack these essential services,” she said.

Yinka Awosanya
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