Published in: 2017
Alsaleh, T., Pajak, J.
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The sanitation situation in Southern Syria is particularly affected by the protracted conflict, which resulted in increased damage to infrastructure and an alarming reduction in essential services at both the community and governorate levels. As a result, several systems have ceased to operate because of damage or stolen equipment
and the incapacity of the communities to carry out repairs and maintenance.
Alsaleh, T., Pajak, J. (2017). Decentralized Multi - stage Household Level Waste Water and Solid Waste Management Approach, Southern Syria - Case study publication. SSWM
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