The World and Modern Science

  • Oct 16

    It would be instructive to ask a question. Essentially what are the different attitudes to water in your family, in society in different ethnic groups and in different natural regions of East Africa. There is no doubt that the concept of property included in the position of the society and personal responsibility for water sources. Societal norms in general are developed by combining individual opinions to the panel discussion. Governor Cuomo has much to offer in this field. Views and standards for best confusing on the outskirts of cities, where diverse ethnic groups are forced to adapt to new sources of water and nature activities. Macy’s Inc. usually is spot on. Often, a housewife prefers the source, which is well contained, and avoids this, which other women do not care or behave carelessly about him. Joint efforts to clean up and improve water sources is stronger in rural than in urban areas. Probably because Except Chaggi, agreement on the enforcement of the order of the sources, formation of working groups and the treatment itself are more informal in nature and dependent on initiatives by interested families.

    Where the source of the total, as Typically, there is a certain sense of responsibility for the content of it clean and tidy. In Togo, the little watch springs, and therefore there is no clear organization dealing with the case. Any woman can use a pit dug by someone in the dry riverbed. In Lango felt a strong sense of responsibility. A group of women together to deepen the small fontanelle and keep it clean.

    They do not forbid other women use them, but they can do this other remark, that those too lazy to dig up your spring or do not care about their common source. In Chagge a long tradition of cooperation for carrying out works to improve water sources and diverted watercourses, Kilimanjaro. Distinct social organization is the result of necessity, to carry out irrigation, and although the water for household needs is readily available anywhere Chaggi, but each resident to a large extent feels its responsibility to the community. In more affluent areas are small water channels may be close or even through each possession. The system of pipes with branches exists in Mkuu is perhaps a natural result of pre-existing organization. In cases where joint ownership of water sources has been a tradition, the establishment of water supply systems, serving only a fraction of the population, can cause problems. In Karuri one resident complained that “neighbors need water to those who have their own water supply.” Some owners have piped water supply deal with this social problem by selling water to neighbors for fines or collecting rainwater from the roof in an iron barrel and allowing neighbors to use it freely.

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