More than 60% of people in the region live in areas of high water stress ©Tim Geers
More than 60% of people in the region live in areas of high water stress ©Tim Geers

Water prices in MENA must rise, says World Bank

posted by Andrew Allen
5 September 2017

An inadequate water supply and lack of sanitation is costing the MENA region around $21bn per year in economic losses.

In a report the World Bank said a combination of technology, policy and management could end scarcity.

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