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Ajibade, L.T., Ayeni, O.O. and Ahmed, I.M. (2012) Public-Private-People Partnership for Sustainable Portable Water Supply System in Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 14, 209.

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  • TITLE: Evaluation of Domestic Access to Pipe-Borne Water in Calabar Metropolis, Southern Nigeria

    AUTHORS: Inah Okon, Chukwudi G. Njoku

    KEYWORDS: Pipe-Borne Water, Dimensions of Accessibility, Access, Volume, Water Supply

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Access Library Journal, Vol.4 No.12, December 27, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Domestic access to pipe-borne water is necessary for the general well-being of residents of every community. This research investigated domestic access to the service, the relationship between socio-economic attributes and pipe-borne water characteristics as well as the contribution of four dimensions of access (availability, geographic, financial and acceptability). A total of 614 questionnaires were administered to residents of Calabar Metropolis using the systematic point sampling technique. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and spatial techniques. Interpolated maps were used to show variations in pipe-borne water connection, use and expenditure. Results revealed no significant relationship between the number of persons in households sampled and average volume of water used daily by respondents (P = 0.144 > 0.05). There is also no significant relationship between average volume of water used daily and the income of respondents (p = 0.03 p = 0.0 2(30) = 93.455, p p= 0.031 p = 0.001