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It is widely recognized that systems designed for one single use (either for domestic uses or for irrigation or for livestock) are in practice used for many non-planned uses, which give many livelihood benefits. In response to this reality, a new services approach emerged in the early 2000s: multiple use water services (MUS). MUS takes people’s multiple water needs as starting point of planning and design of infrastructure construction, rehabilitation and governance. MUS is a cost-effective way of generating more health and livelihood benefits than conventional single use approaches.

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