Public vs. Private Ownership of the Water.

Public financing of water is a win-win for the government and its citizens. Find below a comparative analyses of water access in Cameroon under private and public ownership.

Under the public ownership Under the private ownership Access to drinking water in Cameroon rose from 50%
in 1990 to 74% in 2008.
In 1990 77% of the urban population had access to improved
drinking water, which increased to 92% in 2008.
In rural area, 31% of the population had access to improved
drinking water in 1990, which increased to 51% in 2008
From 1990 to 2008, , the public sector expanded access by
an annual average of 1.33%
In terms of expanding access to drinking water in urban area from
1990 to 2008, 0.5% average annual increase was achieved.
In terms of expanding access to drinking water in rural areas,
a 1.11% average annual increase was achieved
From 2008-2015, 76% of the population had access to drinking
water, it rose only by 2%.
From 2008-2015, it only increased by 3% From 2008-2015, It increased by only 2%
From 2008-2015, The access increased by an annual average
of 0.28%.
From 2008-2015, a 0.42% average annual increase was achieved
While a 0.28% average annual increase was achieved from
2008-2015.

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