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Admiraal, M. (author), Couasnon, A. (author), Huijzenveld, T. (author), Hutten, R. (author), Schölvinck, O. (author), Van Veen, N. (author)
In Nicaragua, active research for arsenic started in 1996, after the first case of arsenic poisoning was reported in a rural community. Arsenic concentrations present in drinking water cause chronic poisoning, which depending on the exposure, lead to several life-threatening long term effects. It is however unknown to what extent this...
student report 2015
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Grün, E.C. (author)
The process of the phenomena of urbanization within developing countries in Latin America, such as Nicaragua, has increased the appearance of urban informality in the socio-spatial structure. Moreover, the lack of a clear planning framework has led Nicaraguan cities such as Managua, to an urban structure, which is no longer related to its...
master thesis 2013
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Schutgens, G. (author)
In order to achieve the Millennium development goals of the UN, different initiatives have been established worldwide. One of these initiatives has been developed in Matagalpa, Nicaragua. Through the program Agua para Todos – Agua para Siempre different institutions work together, the common goal being to provide safe drinking water and...
master thesis 2011