Water Supply and Infrastructure in Bambui

With reference to Bambui in Cameroon, research indicates that the region bears potential water and other mineral resources pending maximum and beneficial exploitation to cater to the population’s needs. Precisely, reviews argue that the region’s water supply utilities remain insufficient with the majority population lacking access to the resource. Apparently, 63% of the population remains marginalized from accessing clean water.1 The analysis conducted by Reignite Action for Development in the region ascertains that the available water systems would sustain the community’s demand if proper criteria were implemented to control the resources. In the present, Bambui’s population depends on twelve springs in Tubah while a secondary source is used to cater to the heightened demand during the dry seasons.

The elective position acquainted with student groups by the RAD organization emanates from the notion that unified concerns could yield knowledge-bound strategies in addressing the best alternative solution for the various water sanitation and supply systems. The report seeks to implement the appropriate solution that would solve the problems faced in the region’s water supply infrastructure. It is salient to understand that the forecasted plan would solve the problem with the inclusion of sustainable measures in controlling dangers imposed by the economic and social welfare of the community through the improper farming and dumping and other informal practices.

Bambui community comprises a 50,000-population tally. The Cameroon Township experiences a substantial tropical climate with its temperatures varying from 190- 320 Celsius. The North-Western rural geography of Bambui in Cameroon comprises an English speaking population. It is arguable that the region depends on agricultural production for economic and social progression.3 The informative survey conducted on the community denotes the inadequacy of infrastructure as a hindrance in the acquisition of profound social and economic independence.&nbsp. &nbsp.&nbsp.

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