Beyond the Networked City: Situated Practices of Citizenship and Grassroots Agency in Water Infrastructure Provision in the Chamazi Settlement, Dar Es Salaam

The paper argues in favour of newly emerging forms of citizenship within participatory spheres that enhance access of the poor to urban services through direct participation aimed at socially equitable outcomes.
It develops principles of inclusiveness and social justice, contributing to long-term improvement.
Concept: infrastructure deficit is not solely a technical problem of extending pipe networks, but a set of socio-political problems, especially those surrounding land ownership.

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