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Determinants Of Water Security Among Women With Children Under Five Years In The Urban Slums Of Nakuru Municipality, Kenya
Water security is one of the strategies to achieve sustainable development goal number three that calls upon the governments to "ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages". However, rapid urbanization continues to challenge government's efforts of ensuring total coverage in water. In Kenya, infants and children dying from illnesses related to water insecurity in the urban centers exceed the rate in the rural areas. The study was conducted in four slums of Nakuru Municipality namely; Manyani Murogi, Wamagata and Nyamarutu, to establish determinants of household water security among women with children under five years.
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